Woman died of blunt force trauma in I-69 crash

(Provided Photo/Madison County Sheriff's Department)
(Provided Photo/Madison County Sheriff's Department)

PENDLETON, Ind. (WISH) – Police said the driver who was injured in a crash on I-69 in Madison County died of blunt force trauma.

24-Hour News 8’s news partner at the Herald Bulletin reports that 23-year-old Amber Davidson, of Fishers cause of death was linked directly to the impact of the accident.

The crash happened around 4 p.m. on May 29 at the 217 mile marker.

According to the Madison County Sheriff’s Department, a car heading southbound on I-69 drove off the roadway into a median, hit some cable barriers, then went down an embankment and landed in a creek.

Two passerbys stopped and helped pull Davidson out of the car.

Davidson was taken to IU Health Saxony Hospital where she later died.

According to the Anderson Police Department a car matching the description of Davidson’s vehicle was involved in a crash on the south side of Anderson prior to the crash on I-69. It was unclear if the two crashes were related.

The crash remains under investigation by the Madison County Sheriff’s Departments Accident Investigation Team.

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