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BORDEN, Ind. (WDRB) -- Two people have died and two others were injured after a head-on collision near Borden, Indiana, which is not far from Deam Lake.
According to Indiana State Police spokesman Sgt. Jerry Goodin, the driver of a black car crossed the center line of S.R. 60 for an unknown reason and collided with a black pickup truck around 6:30 a.m. on S.R. 60.
24-year-old Angela Berkley of Bullitt County was pronounced dead at the scene, and 24-year-old Curtis L. Heckel of Louisville died later at University Hospital. Two additional passengers were taken to a hospital by helicopter.
The pickup truck came to rest in a nearby ditch. Its driver was also airlifted to a hospital.
33-year-old Jason Orme of Corydon, Ind. and 29-year-old William Piper of Salem, Ind. were transported to University of Louisville Hospital with serious injuries.
Police tell us a third vehicle was also involved. That vehicle, which appears to be an SUV, was towed from the crash scene to a nearby convenience store with damage to its rear end.
State Road 60 was closed from Hwy. 111 between Grant Line Road and Deam Lake Road for about four hours.
Sgt. Goodin says state troopers were criticized as recently as Tuesday, saying that police were writing too many tickets on the S.R. 60.
This is the second time in two days that a person has been killed on Kentuckiana roads. A 42-year-old Brandenburg woman was killed in a five-vehicle crash on Hwy. 60 in Meade County, Ky. early Tuesday.