ISP-Versailles Troopers Respond to Rollover Crash Near Seymour

Four people aged 20 or younger were injured in the crash.

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(Seymour, Ind.) – Four people were injured, including three teenagers in a single vehicle crash near Seymour.

Indiana State Police-Versailles Post responded to the crash in the 6600 block of North County Road 760 East, just north of Seymour on Tuesday around 4:30 p.m.

The initial investigation indicated that a silver 2012 Hyundai Passenger car, driven by Dakota Mott, 20, of Seymour, was southbound when for an unknown reason her vehicle left the roadway and rolled multiple times before coming to a stop.

Three passengers ages 15,17 and 18, were ejected from the vehicle. All three were seriously injured, including the 15-year-old who suffered life-threatening injuries.

Mott was transported to a nearby facility with unknown injuries.

Investigators believe speed was a factor in the crash. It is unknown if alcohol or drugs played a roll.

The accident remains under investigation.

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