Teen badly hurt in Indianapolis crash improving

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

INDIANAPOLIS The most seriously injured survivor of the Indianapolis bus crash that killed three people has been moved out of an intensive care unit and two others have been released from the hospital.

An Indiana University Health spokeswoman says the teenager who was in the Methodist Hospital ICU in critical condition is now listed in good condition.

That teen is among three who remain hospitalized at Methodist and one at Riley Hospital for Children from Saturday's crash. All are listed in good condition. Two teens were released Monday from Riley.

They were among 37 people from Colonial Hills Baptist Church of Indianapolis whose bus overturned at an Interstate 465 exit ramp while returning from a Michigan camp.

The crash killed the church's youth pastor, his pregnant wife and a camper's mother.

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