IN residents killed in I-65 crash near Bowling Green

6 reported killed in crash on I-65 North in Kentucky

The vehicles were moving slowly or had stopped when the crash occurred, they said.

The crash happened just after 10:30 p.m. Thursday in south-central Kentucky.

The driver of the Volvo tractor trailer was treated at the scene and released. A young child in that van was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with serious injuries but is expected to survive.

The operator of the second involved passenger vehicle's name is now being withheld, pending death notification to family members.

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Six people were killed in a chain-reaction crash involving four vehicles - including two tractor-trailers - on an interstate highway in Kentucky, police said Friday.

The names and ages of those who died have not been released pending notification of family, according to the Bowling Green Daily News. Kentucky State Police confirm there are multiple fatalities.

All northbound lanes of I-65 were closed at exit 28 for several hours, but the road was reopened just after 5 a.m., according to the Bowling Green Daily News. One of the commercial vehicles was stopped in the right lane of the congested area with the two passenger vehicles behind it. A second commercial vehicle approached in the right lane, failing to stop for traffic, striking the trailing passenger vehicle, causing a chain reaction collision.

KSP released the identities of five of the people killed in the crash: 77-year-old Robert Hogan of Beech Grove, Ind.; 48-year-old Jonell Boster of Beech Grove; 59-year-old Lonnie Boster of Beech Grove; 17-year-old Carl Boster of Beech Grove; and 30-year-old Lonnie D. Boster of Indianapolis.

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