New Year’s Morning 4-Wheeler Crash Leaves Crothersville Driver in Critical Condition

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Police say alcohol may have been a factor in a 4-wheeler crash early New Year’s morning which left a Crothersville man in critical condition and his passenger with internal injuries.
Indiana State Police said that 4:30 a.m., New Years Day, the department responded to a four-wheeler crash southwest of Crothersville, on County Road 850 East, nouth of County Road 700 South.
Trooper Jared Black reported Charles W. Kinworthy, 33, the driver of the four-wheeler, and his passenger, Robin L. Freeman, 26, both of Crothersville were going north on County Road 850 East near 700 South, when for an unknown reason, Kinworthy lost control of the four-wheeler and crashed into the ditch near the road.
Both, driver and passenger were pinned under the four-wheeler for several hours, before being discovered by newspaper deliveryman, Ed Brumett.
Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash.
The driver, Kinworthy, was flown to University Louisville Hospital where he is in critical condition, suffering from internal injuries. The passenger, Freeman, was transported to Scott County Memorial Hospital, where was treated for internal injuries and released.
Assisting at the scene were the Crothersville-Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department and Jackson County EMS.