ISP: Indianapolis woman killed walking along Interstate 65
Betty Rush, 66, pronounced dead at the scene
Last Updated: 254 days ago
JASPER COUNTY, Ind. - An Indianapolis woman walking along Interstate 65 was killed after being struck by several vehicles Sunday night.
Police said just after 9 p.m., Betty Rush, 66, of Indianapolis, walked out into the right lane of I-65 near the Demotte/Roselawn exit at mile marker 230.
Rush was hit by a car before she was struck by a tractor-trailer. She was pronounced dead at the scene by the Jasper County Coroner.
Police said Rush's car as later found at a local truck stop, Indiana State Police said.
Investigators did not say why Rush was walking along the Interstate.
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