Officials ID 3 people killed in Indiana ravine crash
PARAGON, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana coroner has released the names of three adults who died over the weekend when a car plunged into a steep ravine.
The Morgan County Coroner says 28-year-old Brett Bundy, 27-year-old Jami Kinsler and 25-year-old Cassedy Brown, all of Cloverdale, died in Sunday’s crash.
Two boys, ages 8 and 4, were taken by helicopter to an Indianapolis hospital for treatment. Coroner Annette Butcher says Bundy was the boys’ father.
Autumn Wray lives near the town of Paragon, about 30 miles southwest of Indianapolis. She says she yelled at the passing car to slow down just before it missed a turn at a T-intersection and plunged about 100 feet into the ravine.
Wray called 911 and then yelled into the ravine, telling the injured 8-year-old boy help was coming.