SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. — One person was killed in a six-vehicle crash in Shelby County on Saturday.
First responders shut down the eastbound lanes of I-74 at the 105-mile marker Saturday afternoon while they worked to clear the crash.
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office said the crash was a chain reaction that started with a semi-truck hitting a car that was stopped in traffic. Jacquelin Jones-Gibbs, 66, of Indianapolis, was a passenger in this car. Jones-Gibbs was taken to an Indianapolis hospital and later died.
The four other drivers who subsequently crashed didn't suffer any life-threatening injuries.
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