18-Year-Old Killed, 3 Teens Injured In Crash

Police: Teen Driver Disregarded Stop Sign

An 18-year-old from Indianapolis was killed and three other teens were injured in a two-vehicle crash in White County.

The crash happened just before 6 p.m. Monday at Country Road 300 West and County Road 1150 South.

Police said Cameron Glore, 18, of Indianapolis, was driving with two other teens in the car when he disregarded a stop sign at the intersection and was T-boned by another vehicle.

Glore was pronounced dead at the scene.

His front seat passenger, Kyla Wheat, 18, of West Lafayette, was airlifted to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis in critical condition.

His back seat passenger, Micayla Smith, 15, of West Lafayette, and the driver of the other vehicle, Patrick Clark, 18, of Brookston, were taken to IU Arnett Hospital in Lafayette.

The intersection was closed for nearly five hours after the crash.

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