A 41-year-old English woman was killed in an early morning crash on I-64 in Harrison County.

Diana Sue Watson, 41, from Mifflin West Fork Road in English, IN, was pronounced dead at the scene. She was ejected from her vehicle.


Around 12:45 am this morning, a maroon 2000 Ford Ranger was west bound on Interstate #64 at the 107 Mile Marker in Harrison County.

As the Ford Ranger was travelling west bound being driven by, Diana Sue Watson, 41, from Mifflin West Fork Road in English, IN, it veered off of the roadway into the median.

According to police, it appears Watson over-corrected the Ford Ranger, travelling back across Interstate #64 and going off the west side of the roadway striking a rock wall.

The Ford Ranger rolled over, ejecting Watson from the truck. The Ford Ranger came to a final resting position partially in the right, (driving), lane.

Another vehicle, a white 2003 GMC Sonoma, which was also traveling west, struck the crashed Ford Ranger. The driver of the GMC Sonoma, Joseph W. Gilley, 65, from Washington, IN, was not injured.

Interstate #64 west bound was closed for a short period of time while the crash was being investigated.

This crash is being investigated by Trooper Josh Orme from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg.

Assisting agencies; Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, Harrison County Fire and E.M.S., Corydon Town Police and the Harrison County Coroner’s Office.

This investigation is continuing.