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Ada Lyn Fouch and Wyatt Fouch killed, and Ericka Fouch, 29, injured in vehicle collision with train at State Road 160 and Pennsylvania Street in Henryville, Indiana

Modified Date: 
Thu, 03/08/2018 - 9:44am
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, June 28, 2017

UPDATE: 2 children killed, mother injured in crash between train and car in Henryville, IN

Maples said investigators are in the early stages of the accident investigation and it is unknown at this time if the SUV became stalled on the tracks.

Remembrance ceremony planned for 2 children killed when train slammed into SUV in Henryville

There are no crossing arms at the intersection where the train collided with the SUV. Neighbors said the crossing needs arms or something more than just lights to warn drivers when a train is approaching.   

Henryville community holds vigil for two children killed in train crash

The organizers, who have absolutely no connection to the Fouch family, say they felt compelled to do this because now’s the time to show that the community cares.   

Prosecutor: Southern Indiana woman took drugs before fatal crash with train that killed 2 children

Fouch faces charges of neglect of a dependent resulting in death, causing a death when operating a vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license.

Bond lowered for Henryville mom accused of driving high on drugs during crash that killed 2 children

A Henryville mother accused of being high on drugs when she crashed into a train, killing her two children, received a bit of a break in Clark County court on Monday. A judge lowered her bond from $250,000 to $10,000 cash.   

Henryville mom sentenced to 15 years jail for crash that killed her children

Judge Vicki Carmichael sentenced Ericka Fouch to 15 years in jail and 3 years of a suspended sentence Thursday for her role in the train crash that killed her two children in June of 2017.

People Involved: 
Ada Lyn Fouch
Wyatt Fouch
Ericka Fouch

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