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Fort Wayne man dies after two cars crash into stalled vehicle

INDIANAPOLIS (WANE) - One man is dead after two vehicles crashed into a car that stalled out on I-69 in Indianapolis Sunday. Police say two people were inside the car at the time, Dominique Huston and Joseph Richmond. Richmond died at the scene.

Shortly after medics arrived, they found Richmond unconscious. Despite life saving efforts he was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Investigators say Richmond was the passenger in a 2013 Dodge Dart driven by Dominique Huston. Both are from Fort Wayne. The vehicle stalled out and was stuck on the left shoulder of the interstate.

Then a 2015 Ford, driven by Cardella Duncan of Noblesville, struck the vehicle. Shortly after the first crash, the Dodge was struck a second time by a 2017 Kia, driven by 35 year old Christopher Vanderley of Seymour.

Both Huston and Vanderley were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police tested all of the people involved for alcohol. The tests are pending. No arrests have been made. The crash is still under investigation.


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