INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Sudden white-out conditions and drivers going too fast are what investigators determined caused last month's massive pileup on Interstate 70 .
Indiana State Police released the reports about the crash on Tuesday.
ISP said in the reports a sudden snow storm made visibility virtually impossible.
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It also said drivers were going too fast and following other vehicles too closely to deal with the weather conditions.
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The report says 41 vehicles were involved in crash that killed one person and sent 10 people to the hospital.
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