INDIANAPOLIS, IN – A 2-vehicle car crash which occurred on Sunday, Oct. 27 resulted in one car being cut in half. In addition, six people were also rushed to various hospitals in the area following the crash.
Furthermore, as reported by the Indianapolis Fire Department, the 2-vehicle car crash occurred at the intersection of 28th Street and N. Sherman just around 3 p.m. According to witness statements, a maroon Buick pulled out in front of a red Chevy Impala.
As a result of the impact, the Buick was shorn in two, reported the fire department. One half stayed relatively close to the place where it was; the other careened into the street.
2-vehicle car crash hospitalizes 6.
Moreover, the three people who were riding in the Buick were quickly transported to the hospital. One male also traveling in the Buick was ejected from the backseat and taken to the hospital as well. However, he is still in critical condition. Hopefully he survives, although being ejected from a vehicle is never a good thing. That’s why seat belts are so important.
Apart from this, the female who was also in the Buick is reported to be in serious condition. While the other male from the car is said to be in relatively good, stable condition. Though his companions may not make it, at least there will be one survivor from the maroon Buick.
On the other hand, according to authorities, the three people in the Chevy Impala were also taken to the hospital. However, all three were said to be in good, stable condition. They should be able to leave the hospital relatively soon, all things considered.
It should be noted that the investigation of the accident is still ongoing. Additionally, it is under the direction of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.