LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Indiana State Police said a West Lafayette man was critically injured in a Sunday morning wreck on I-65.
The preliminary crash investigation by Trooper Darrick Scott revealed that 24-year-old Daniel Kline was driving his car northbound on I-65 near the 164 mile marker. The car traveled off the eastside of the interstate, down a steep embankment, and rolled at least once before coming to rest on its wheels.
Police said Kline was transported by ambulance to IU Health Arnett Hospital in Lafayette. He sustained life threatening head and internal injuries in the crash.
He was wearing a seat belt which prevented him from being ejected from the car.
This crash is still under investigation, but police said evidence suggests that Kline was over the .08 blood alcohol concentration limit.
Dayton Volunteer Fire Department also responded to the scene.
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