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2 people dead after SUV crashes into Brownsburg pond

Police said the SUV went into an industrial retention pond after a crash Friday morning.

BROWNSBURG, Ind. — Two people died after an SUV crashed into a Brownsburg retention pond Friday morning, the Hendricks County Coroner's Office said.

A Jeep and another car were following each other when the Jeep, traveling at a high speed, lost control and crashed into the pond off West 56th Street east of Northfield Drive early Friday morning, Brownsburg Fire officials told 13News.

Four people were inside, according to officials, and two — a male and female — were able to get out before the SUV sank in the pond. 

The Hendricks County Coroner's Office told 13News that two others had died. 

Their ages and identities have not been released.

Credit: Gina Glaros/WTHR
Brownsburg Fire crews recover an SUV from a retention pond on West 56th Street Friday, June 17, 2022.

Check back for updates to this developing story.


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