Wet roadway, alcohol blamed for crash that killed three Indiana State college students, together with soccer participant from Waukegan
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (CBS/AP) — A brand new report stated a crash that killed three Indiana State University college students – together with a soccer participant from Waukegan – was the consequence of a lethal combination of climate, pace, and alcohol.
Freshman ISU soccer participant Christian Eubanks, 18 – a latest graduate of Warren Township High School in Gurnee – was amongst these killed within the crash.
Also killed had been 19-year-old Jayden Musili of Ft. Wayne, Indiana; and 19-year-old Caleb VanHooser of Liberty Township, Ohio. VanHooser was additionally a freshman Indiana State soccer participant.
The two survivors had been recognized as 20 12 months previous Omarian Dixon, of Lafayette, Indiana; and 19-year-old John Moore, of Wheaton, Illinois. The college stated each of them are additionally ISU soccer gamers.
The single-vehicle crash occurred round 1:30 a.m. Sunday on Indiana State Road 46 at Main Street in Riley, Indiana – the place for causes unknown, the automobile left the highway and hit a tree, in keeping with the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office.
The automobile was on hearth when sheriff’s deputies arrived.
The crash report from the Vigo County, Indiana Sheriff’s workplace stated the crash occurred throughout a thunderstorm that had left the roadway flooded.
The report additionally stated one of many two ISU college students who survived the crash stated the scholars had been returning to campus in Terre Haute after attending a home occasion at Indiana University in Bloomington, and that “everyone had been drinking” on the occasion.
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