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An Indianapolis woman in the sleeping area of a semi-trailer was killed on Saturday when the vehicle hit another semi-trailer that was in slow traffic due to a previous fatal accident was caused.
Sgt. Matt Ames told the Tribune star the first crash on Saturday at around 9:40 am on Interstate 70 in Clay County, west, involving seven vehicles and killing one person and taking one to hospital.
In a Saturday night press release in Indiana The state police said the second deadly collision occurred just before noon when a semi-trailer driven by Joe Robinson Jr., 49, of Indianapolis, hit another semi-trailer that was in traffic and through the earlier crash was slowed down.
Robinson told the police he had dropped a sandwich and leaned over to pick it up, and looked back to the street to see the slowed traffic. The driver told the police that he had steered strongly to the left to avoid a collision; However, his semi-trailer hit another truck in the rear and caused the tank to go up in flames.
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April Robinson, 45, also from Indianapolis, was in the sleeper of Joe Robinson's truck during the collision and was declared dead at the scene, police said.
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Michael Workman, 30, of Glendale, Arizona, was behind the wheel of the by-pass Robinson, police said. One passenger – Yuma, Arizona-born Charles Tolbert, 52, was taken to Workman's truck with non-life-threatening back and neck injuries in a hospital in Indianapolis.
The police said Workman and Robinson, the drivers of the trucks, were not injured in the collision.
The police said the good Samaritans, who witnessed the collision, helped the soldiers Use fire extinguishers to extinguish the fire and provide first aid to the injured.
Fox59 Reports Third Accident On I-70 in the west, Saturday was handled by the sheriff department of Putnam district while the ISP handled the previous crashes.
I-70 reopened at 9am. Saturday, the Tribune star reported.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Correction: A headline in an earlier version of this story indicated a deceased person drove the semitrailer.
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