3 injured, 1 in critically in multivehicle Fishers crash

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FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) – Three people were injured, one of them critically, in a Fishers crash.

According to the Fishers Police Department, officers responded to the multivehicle crash on 116th Street near Interstate 69 just after 7 p.m. Monday.

Once on the scene, officers discovered the crash involved three vehicles: a black 2006 Toyota 4Runner, a black 2014 Ford Escape and a black 2009 Jeep Wrangler.

Both evidence and witness statements led police to believe that the Toyota was headed west on 116th Street when it struck the Ford, which then caused it to hit the Jeep.

Upon further inspection, the driver of the Toyota, 60-year-old Terrance Hutchens, was unconscious and not breathing. He was then quickly removed from the vehicle where CPR was performed, according to police. 

Hutchens was transported to a nearby hospital in critical condition. 

The driver of the Ford Escape, 66-year-old Frank Hughes, and the driver of the Jeep, 47-year-old Michelle Bass, both suffered minor injuries.

Police that Hutchens may have suffered a medical condition just before the crash, leading to the accident.

Hutchens reports on Indiana University sports for The Indianapolis Star.

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