Update: Indiana man dies weeks after I-64 crash in Louisville
LOUISVILLE, KY – A man from Indiana succumbed to his injuries weeks after a major wrong-way crash that killed his wife on I-64 in Louisville.
According to WDRB, the incident occurred on June 28th shortly after midnight near the exit to 3rd Street.
Police say 44-year-old Allen Hinkle, was heading west on the interstate when a BMW traveling east in the westbound lanes slammed head-on into his Saturn.
Hinkle’s wife, 42-year-old Rachelle Hinkle, was pronounced dead at the scene. He and their two children were rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Unfortunately, Hinkle succumbed to his injuries on Saturday, July 10th. The conditions of the children remain unclear at this time.
The driver in the BMW, 25-year-old Faith Turner, was arrested and charged with murder, assault, and DUI.
If you have suffered injuries or if you lost a loved one due to the reckless behavior of an intoxicated driver in Louisville, you have the right to seek compensation under the law. Contact the Louisville car accident lawyer at the Law Office of Alan Rubin today to discuss your options with a member of our professional legal team. We can be reached by phone at (502) 587-1050 or by completing the online contact form.