PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. - A Massachusetts man died after a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 70 in Putnam County on Monday afternoon.
Francis Paquette, 74, was pronounced dead at the Putnam County Hospital after he veered off I-70 near the 47 mile marker just before 4 p.m., officials with the Indiana State Police said.
Hospital officials believe he had a medical emergency prior to the crash. He had no vital signs at the scene of the crash and was revived by paramedics, police said.
Few other details were released.
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