An accident on I-65 in Scott County Sunday afternoon killed one and sent three to the hospital.

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Sunday at approximately 5:00 pm, a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe, driven by Natalie K. Bomar, 19, from Mt Washington, KY, was southbound on Interstate 65 near the 25 Mile Marker in Scott County when for an unknown reason she went into the median on the eastside of the road crossing through the cable barriers into the northbound lanes of Interstate 65.

When she entered the north bound lanes she struck a 2001 Ford F150 pickup truck pulling an enclosed trailer. When the Hyundai struck the Ford pickup truck pulling the trailer the truck and trailer went off of the eastside of the Interstate and burst into flames.

Good Samaritans were able to pull nine year old Andrew Godsave and his grandmother, Sandra Godsave, 62, from Greenwood, IN, from the burning truck, but were unable to extract the male driver, Dennis Godsave, 62, from Greenwood, IN, who was consumed by the fire.

Natalie K. Bomar and Sandra Godsave were transported to University Hospital in Louisville, KY and Andrew Godsave was transported to the Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, KY. All three of the transported individuals sustained
serious injuries.

It is unknown if seat belts were in use.

Indiana State Police Crash Reconstructionist have assumed the lead role in this crash investigation.

Assisting Agencies; Clark and Scott County Sheriff’s Departments, Scott County E.M.S., Scottsburg City Fire Department and Scott County Coroner’s Office.