Six People Dead After Crash On I-65

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 3/04/2013 12:33 am

Police said six people died Saturday morning in a fiery crash on I-65.

According to officers, the group was returning to Wisconsin from a trip to Orlando, Florida when their Ford Expedition was rear-ended by a semi truck in the northbound lanes of I-65.

The Expedition burst into flames and hit a Toyota Camry from behind.

Four adults and two children in the expedition were killed. Two other children escaped the burning vehicle and were listed in critical condition.

The driver of the Camry was treated for minor injuries and the driver of the truck was not injured.

Shortly after the fatal accident, a second accident involving four vehicles occurred in the southbound lanes that injured three people.

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