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ISP: semi driver at fault in crash that injured four people in Dubois Co.

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DUBOIS CO., IN (WFIE) -

Indiana State Police say a semi driver was at fault in a four vehicle crash that injured four people in Dubois County.

Troopers say 37-year-old Jonathan Shealey of Evansville was headed north on US 231 on Thursday afternoon when his tractor trailer drifted over the center line and side-swiped a semi that was headed south.

21-year-old Knox Whitt of Attalla, Alabama tried to avoid Shealey's semi but a rear axle on his trailer was hit.  Whitt was taken to Memorial Hospital in Jasper for treatment of a minor injury.

41-year-old Dionne Hanselman of Mariah Hill was behind Whitt's semi on southbound 231.  Troopers say she tried to avoid the accident, drove through a ditch, and hit a utility pole head-on.  Hanselman was not hurt.

Officials say a fourth vehicle, driven by 21-year-old Tiffany Vogler of Dupo, Illinois, was also hit head-on by Shealey's semi which was still traveling left of center.

Vogler had to be extricated from her car.  She and two passengers were taken to Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Troopers say traffic charges are pending against Shealey for his involvement in the crash.

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