• May 15, 2023

Fannie Mae Bontrager Killed in Buggy, Truck Accident in Nappanee, IN

Kosciusko County, IN — May 12, 2023, Fannie Mae Bontrager was killed due to a buggy versus truck accident at around 10:30 a.m. on County Road 800W.

According to initial details provided by the Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office, the deadly crash happened near the intersection of County Road 800W and County Road 850N.

Fannie Mae Bontrager Killed in Buggy, Truck Accident in Nappanee, IN

It appears that 58-year-old Fannie Mae Bontrager was in a horse-drawn buggy that was going along C.R. 800W. A dump truck reportedly moved to go around the buggy and did so. However, a Ford F-350 utility truck behind the dump truck apparently did not move over and crashed into the buggy.

Due to the collision, Bontrager sustained ultimately fatal injuries. It appears the horse pulling the buggy also died in the accident. Right now, no other injuries were confirmed. Specific details surrounding the crash are still under investigation at this time.



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