GREENFIELD, Ind. (WISH) - A crash in Hancock County on Wednesday evening left two drivers with critically hurt.
Two cars collided head-on at Ind. 9 and Hancock County Road 900 North, according to emergency officials. Both drivers were flown by medical helicopters from the scene.
A semi driver who witnessed the accident told police the driver of a southbound gold car was weaving, drifted slightly off the road and overcorrected, then veered into the northbound lanes and hit a teal car head-on. The gold car ended up in a cornfield alongside the road.
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