Two children have died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle Jennings County accident.
Two backseat passengers in a vehicle driven by Mary F. Bailey, 36, of Columbus — Kaylee Creamer, 4, and Allison Creamer, 22 months, both of Scipio — suffered fatal injuries from the crash, Indiana State Police said.
The 1:10 p.m. Friday accident occurred at State Road 7 and County Road 900 North, about two miles north of Scipio in northern Jennings County, said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles, public information officer for the State Police Versailles post.
Bailey’s gold 2004 Buick Century passenger vehicle was slowed in the roadway to turn west on County Road 900 North when her vehicle was struck from behind by a black 2015 Chevrolet Silverado truck, pulling a horse trailer, driven by Nicholas A. Fischvogt, 24, of North Vernon, Wheeles said.
The force of the collision pushed Bailey’s vehicle off the west side of the road before coming to a stop, Wheeles said. After the collision, Fischvogt’s vehicle continued north before coming to a stop in the roadway, he said.
Bailey suffered serious injuries in the crash and was transported by medical helicopter to St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis for treatment, Wheeles said.
Kaylee Creamer was pronounced dead at the scene, Wheeles said. Allison Creamer was transported to St. Vincent-Jennings Hospital in North Vernon, where she was later pronounced dead by the Jennings County Coroner’s Office, he said.
A passenger in Fischvogt’s vehicle, Nancy Palmer, 63, of Scipio, suffered serious injuries in the crash, Wheeles said. She was transported to Columbus Regional Hospital before being transported to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, for treatment of her injuries, he said.
See Sunday’s print edition of The Republic for more details.
A black 2015 Chevrolet Silverado truck, pulling a horse trailer, driven by Nicholas A. Fischvogt, 24, of North Vernon, struck another vehicle from behind, which contributed to the death of two young Jennings County children. Submitted photo.