• March 03, 2017

Walter Vinson Killed, Kimberly Honeycutt and 2 Others Hurt in Accident in Dillsboro, IN

Dillsboro, IN -- A two-vehicle crash in the area of Dillsboro, IN took the life of 62-year-old Walter Vinson and left 41-year-old Kimberly Honeycutt and two juveniles with injuries.

The incident took place Saturday, February 25, 2017 on US 50 around 10:30 a.m.

It appears the vehicle occupied by the deceased victim and the second vehicle collided at the intersection at Front Street. Mr. Vinson was taken to Dearborn County Hospital, but later succumbed to his injuries. Ms. Honeycutt and two passengers in her car were administered to at the scene of the incident. The report claims their injuries are not life threatening.

The exact cause of the incident is unclear.

Officials are investigating the scene of the incident at this time in the hopes of determining the cause.

There was no further information available at the time of its release.

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