Joseph Carter killed after his car leaves roadway and crashes into tree in Johnson County.

Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2014

A Martinsville man died as a result of a car crash in Johnson County over the weekend, according to the Johnson County sheriff.

A Martinsville man died as a result of a car crash in Johnson County over the weekend, according to the Johnson County sheriff.

Joseph Carter, 29, drove off the road, over-corrected and hit a tree around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, according to a police report. The crash happened near County roads 600 North and 200 East, which is near Whiteland.

It wasn’t clear what caused the crash. No other vehicles were involved. There was sleet or freezing rain coming down at the time of the incident.

People Involved: 
Joseph Carter
State: 
Indiana

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