A Hymera woman was life-lined to Indianapolis in critical condition after a hit-and-run crash in Sullivan County, her passenger is in serious condition.
The crash happened Wednesday on CR 700 E. near CR 350 N. An early report claims that a blue car was northbound when a possible white pickup truck collided with it. The report claims the truck was also northbound and attempted to pass the car.
The blue car ran off the roadway and hit a bridge abutment. The driver, identified as 33-year-old Heather Reeves of Hymera was life-lined to Indianapolis. Her passenger identified as Aaron Evans was taken to Terre Haute Regional Hospital in serious condition.
Sullivan County authorities called Indiana State Police CSI to help with the investigation.
Deputies ask the public to look out for a white colored pickup truck with passenger side damage, possible showing blue paint.
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source: my wabash valley