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Madison County, Indiana – August 3, 2013

Police say a traveler died Saturday when two pickup trucks collided near Pendleton.

According to reports, an unidentified motorist was behind the wheel of a pickup truck as it traveled along Indiana 9. Around 11:55 p.m., the driver made contact with another pickup.

Paramedics responded to the scene and transported multiple victims to a hospital in the Greenfield area. Another subject was airlifted to a hospital near Indianapolis.

Officers have confirmed that one person died. Those involved are reportedly juveniles and/or young adults.

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UPDATE: The deceased victim has been identified as 18-year-old Pendleton resident Cody Hurley. Authorities now say three vehicles were involved in the crash, which occurred near the intersection of County Road 1100 South and Indiana 9.

Mr. Hurley was reportedly driving a red Chevrolet pickup truck when it made contact with 19-year-old Markleville resident Dalton S. Moore, 19, who was driving a gray Mitsubishi Eclipse, and a 2003 Chevrolet pickup truck, operated by 24-year-old Greenfield resident Andrew M. Duncan.

Dalton Moore was hospitalized at Hancock Regional Hospital, along with 18-year-old Pendleton resident and passenger Caleb Ellis. Mr. Duncan was also taken to Hancock Regional Hospital.

A passenger in Mr. Hurley’s pickup, 17-year-old Pendleton resident Kenneth J. Clark, was airlifted to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital.

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  • Aaron Hurley

    Please update your information. This sounds as if my son Cody was at fault here as his truck was the one to make contact with the others. Fault was that of Duncan’s negligence per Madison County Sherrifs Dept. Not only was it Duncan’s fault he was uninsured so please add that in your update. Charges were not filed as there wasn’t enough evidence due to lack of detective work such as blood draw for tox screen or sobriety tests from Duncan by sherrif dept. Thank you, Aaron Hurley (Cody Hurley’s father)