The slick, snowy weather conditions near South Bend, IN played a devastating role in the death of three women this weekend. A fatal car crash involving a westbound 2008 Pontiac G6 was struck on the passenger’s side by an eastbound semi-truck hauling steel coil.
LaPorte County Police Captain, Mike Kellems shares, “What sequences of events led up to that, we don’t have the answer for that right now.” He further indicated that drugs and alcohol have been ruled out as a possible cause.
The accident took place on U.S. 20 near Rolling Prairie, and though traffic was allowed to continue after the crash, roads were later closed to clean up the wreckage. This triple fatality is the second one of 2017 on that stretch of road. Kellems reported, “If the weather is bad and the traffic volume is high, we need to slow down and pay attention to our driving.”
The events of this accident are tragic and our deepest condolences extend to the families of those involved.
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Source: South Bend Tribune