Police respond to rollover crash at Sendelweck CurveNovember 1, 2018
From Local Sources
HAYSVILLE — A 37-year-old French Lick woman walked away from a rollover accident today east of Haysville.
According to the Dubois County Sheriff's Department, Anesha Bostock was driving her 2006 Toyota Camry east on State Road 56 when the accident occured.
Police say Bostock was entering Sendelweck Curve when her vehicle lost traction due to the wet road conditions.
Her vehicle began to spin out of control, eventually leaving the roadway to the south.
Once off the highway, police report the vehicle struck an embankment, rolled onto its top and came to rest on the highway facing west.
Bostock was able to free herself following the crash and complained of back and neck pain when medics arrived on scene.
She was treated by EMS before refusing trasport to the hospital.
Deputies were assisted at the scene by the Haysville First Responders, Memorial Hospital EMS and wreckers from French Lick Auto and Uebelhor & Sons.
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