Huntingburg man injured in I-64 crashOctober 7, 2013
From local sources
LYNNVILLE — A Huntingburg man was injured in a single-vehicle accident Friday morning along I-64 east of Lynnville.
Galdino Mora, 27, of 509 N. Jackson St., Huntingburg, was westbound on the interstate in a 1992 Chevrolet pickup truck when the 6:10 a.m. CDT accident occurred at the 44.5-mile marker, according to the Warrick County Sheriff’s Department.
Police said Mora’s truck went into the passing lane, traveled into the median, became airborne and crashed into a grove of trees, stopping in an inverted position on the roof of the driver’s side. It is unknown why the truck left the roadway, according to the sheriff’s department.
Mora was extricated by the Lynnville Volunteer Fire Department and airlifted by helicopter ambulance.
A spokeswoman at University of Louisville Hospital said Mora was in stable condition today.
Brad’s Wrecker Service towed the truck, which police said sustained extensive damage.
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