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2 children, 2 teens dead in fiery Indiana crash; semi driver accused of drug use

Posted On: Jul 10, 2020   |   Posted By: WGN TV

2 children, 2 teens dead in fiery Indiana crash; semi driver accused of drug use

WAYNE COUNTY, Ind. - Police said two children and two teenagers died in a fiery crash on I-70 in Wayne County, Indiana that resulted in charges against a semi truck driver, FOX59 reports .
Indiana State Police said the crash happened just after 5 p.m. Thursday on I-70 just west of the Cambridge City exit. The crash site was just west of the construction zone.
When crews arrived on the scene, they found a Chevrolet car and a semi pulling a box trailer off the left side of the road engulfed in flames. Fire departments from Cambridge City, Greens Fork and Hagerstown responded.
Four people inside the car died. State police identified them as 15-year-old Anesa Noel Acosta, 13-year-old Quintin Michael McGowan, 8-year-old Brekkin Riley Bruce, 6-year-old Trentin Beau Bruce.
The driver of the car, 34-year-old Aaron Bruce, was taken to Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis hospital and admitted to the burn unit. State police said Bruce had an address from Kansas City, Missouri.
Police said a semi driven by 31-year-old...

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