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UPDATE Sunday Night I-70 Crash Leaves One Dead And Three Fighting For Their Lives


A follow up on a story from this past weekend.

The Indiana State Police and Vigo County Coroner’s Office have identified the driver that was killed and a passenger that was injured in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 70 near the 12 mile marker on Sunday night.

We now know that 55 year old Lisa M. Carder, of Olathe, Kansas was driving a small pickup truck and was killed when she was struck from behind by a semi.

Her husband and passenger 59 year old Thomas Carder was seriously injured and is being treated at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.

Two people from Anderson Indiana were in another pick up that was also struck in the chain reaction crash; Charles and Connie Lloyd are also being treated at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis for multiple severe injuries.

The driver of the semi was 51 year old Richard L. Merry, of Hamilton, Ohio.

He was treated at Terre Haute Regional Hospital for minor injuries.

Indiana State Police are continuing their investigation and their findings will be turned over to the Vigo County Prosecutor.



A Sunday night crash on I-70 leaves one person dead and three others fighting for their lives.

It happened just before 7:00 last night near the 12 mile marker, just west of State Road 46. Police say two semis were stalled on the highway and a wrecker was working to get them moved. As traffic was slowing down and merging for those stalled semis, another semi crashed into the back of a pickup truck, shoving it into the back of another pickup and that sent both pick-up trucks into one of the stopped trucks on the side of the road. A female driver of one of the pickups died at the scene while her passenger was taken to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis with life threatening injuries.

Names have not been released but it is believed that they are from Kansas. The male driver and his wife in the other pickup are from Anderson, Indiana and were both taken to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis with life threatening injuries.