• May 26, 2023

Robert Francis Hannah Killed in Motorcycle, Truck Accident in Greentown, IN

Howard County, IN — May 22, 2023, Robert Francis Hannah was killed following a garbage truck accident Monday morning along Highway 213.

Preliminary investigations about the crash say that it happened at around 9:30 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 213/County Road South 900 E. and County Road East 100 S.

Robert Francis Hannah Killed in Motorcycle, Truck Accident in Greentown, IN

According to Howard County Sheriff's Office officials, 81-year-old Robert Francis Hannah was on a motorcycle going southbound along the highway. At the intersection E. 100 South, police allege that a trash truck pulled into Hannah's path from the stop sign. This resulted in the motorcycle and the garbage truck colliding.

Hannah sustained injuries in the crash which ultimately proved fatal. It appears there were no other injuries. Right now, there are no reported charges or citations. Police continue to investigate the circumstances leading up to the crash.


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