Charges expected in deadly I-65 crash
August 17, 2013 (DEMOTTE, Ind.) (WLS) -- Indiana State Police are working with prosecutors on possible charges as they investigate a crash that killed seven members of a single family.
It happened Thursday night on I-65 near Roselawn. Traffic had slowed for construction when a semi rear-ended a Jeep, pushing it into another truck.
Police say the Jeep was burned beyond recognition.
Lindsey Williams, 27, and her two daughters were among those killed.
The semi-truck driver has been ticketed for speeding at least five times since 2006.
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