INDIANAPOLIS - A man killed in a crash Wednesday afternoon on the city's southwest side was identified Thursday afternoon.
The Marion County Coroner identified the victim as 38-year-old Jeremy Stout.
The crash happened shortly after 2 p.m. near State Road 37 and Southport Road when Stout, the driver of a silver Mercedes SUV, plowed into the back of a box truck stopped at a red light, police said.
Stout was pronounced dead at the scene. Two people in the box truck were not injured.
Investigators said a woman riding in a vehicle stopped in front of the box truck was taken to Community South Hospital to be checked out. The woman was said to be the mother of the deceased driver.
The coroner said Stout died of multiple blunt force traumatic injuries.
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