MADISON COUNTY, Ind. - A 23-year-old Fishers woman was killed after her car went off the interstate and into a creek in Madison County on Thursday afternoon.
Amber Davidson’s car drove off of Interstate 69 onto the median at the 217 mile marker just after 4 p.m., officials with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department said.
Davidson’s car struck cable barriers before it went down an embankment and came to a stop in a creek. Officials said two citizens stopped to pull her out before emergency crews arrived to the scene.
Davidson was taken to Indiana University Health Saxony Hospital in Hamilton County where she was later pronounced dead.
Investigators were contacted by officers with the Anderson Police Department about a car that matched the description of Davidson’s vehicle that had been involved in an accident in Anderson prior to the fatal accident.
The accident remains under investigation.
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