WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) - Interstate 64 is reopened after a crash east of the Lynnville exit in Warrick County.
We're told traffic was already down to one lane because of a semi-fire earlier in the day. That incident caused congestion that led to this crash.
Sgt. Brad Brown said a small SUV slammed the back of a silver car, pushing it into the back of a semi.
Officials say two adults and two children in the silver car were hurt and taken to St. Vincent Hospital. Authorities had to cut the car apart to reach them.
Reconstructionists wrapped up their work around 7:30 p.m. and authorities reopened the interstate.
A medical helicopter was need for one person, we are told that person is in stable condition.