Authorities from the Indiana State Police have identified the individual killed in an alleged drunk driving accident in Pekin, IN on Monday, April 8th, 2013. Police and accident investigators believe Johnny Ferrill was killed when the motorcycle he operated was collided with by a vehicle operated by Brooke Bunch as they navigated Highway 60. Bunch’s vehicle crossed into the lanes of oncoming traffic for reasons currently under investigation whereupon it collided with the motorcycle.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Johnny Ferrill sustained massive injuries in the accident and was subsequently pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. The investigation into the fatal accident is currently active and ongoing by personnel from both local and state agencies. Brooke Bunch reportedly sustained unspecified injuries and was transported by helicopter to the University of Louisville Hospital.
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