A twenty-one-year-old man of Indianapolis is facing charges after the fatal crash that happened on Tuesday in Hancock County.
The Hancock County Fatal Accident Crash Team informed that a twenty-two-year-old Reno Cook of New Castle lost his life in the accident.
Cook, and three other men, were passengers in the vehicle driven by Iran Taylor.
Taylor was driving north on County Road 600 East approaching State Road 234, when he drove past the stopped vehicles waiting to get through the intersection. He then attempted to cross 234, when his vehicle was hit by a car driven by a nineteen-year-old woman from Greenfield who did not get any severe injuries.
Reno Cook was killed at the scene, and the three passengers in Taylor’s car were injured and transported hospitals in Greenfield and Indianapolis.
Iran Taylor’s test was positive for THC. He now faces charges of driving while intoxicated, causing death and reckless homicide.
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