DUBOIS COUNTY, IN — Donna Evans was killed in a car accident in Dubois County, Indiana on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014. The article from 14 NEWS said that the crash involved an ATV and a pickup truck.
60-year-old Donna Evans died when the ATV she was drivingt was struck head-on by a pickup truck that is belived to have slipped into the lanes of oncoming traffic on State Road 162.
Donna Evans was killed in the accident, while two other people were taken to the hospital after the accident.
The driver of the offending vehicle was identified in the news report as Brandon Chamberlain, who currently faces a number of drunk driving related charges in connection with the crash.
Officials from the Ohio State Police are helping with the accident investigation at this time.
Scene of the Accident
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