A single vehicle accident left one dead and one seriously
injured in Jennings County, Indiana.
Authorities say that a single vehicle was traveling
southbound on State Route 7 near County Road 50 around 1:40 a.m. when the
vehicle left the roadway. The vehicle rolled several times ejecting both
Sherry Speer, a 49-year-old North Vernon woman, was
pronounced dead at the scene.
James Brewner, 50, was airlifted to University of Louisville
Hospital with serious injuries.
There were no witnesses to the crash. Since both occupants
were ejected, police do not know which individual was driving.
Neither of the occupants was restrained. Alcohol is believed
to be a factor.
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