Michigan man killed while walking on Indiana’s I-65February 11, 2019
By The Associated Press
CROTHERSVILLE — Police say a Michigan man driving in Indiana got out of his disabled pickup truck and was struck and killed on Interstate 65.
David Buchanan’s Chevrolet Silverado left I-65 and got stuck in the median in Jackson County. State police say the 55-year-old Stanwood, Michigan, man walked into the northbound lanes Thursday night and was hit by a Jeep.
The 23-year-old driver of the Jeep wasn’t injured. He’s from Nashville, Tennessee. A dog found in Buchanan’s truck was given to Jackson County Animal Control.
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