INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana State Police say one person is dead after a single vehicle crash on I-65.
Troopers responded to the 105.5 mile marker just after midnight Sunday.
According to the preliminary investigation, the driver ran off the roadway and hit a guardrail before crossing all three lanes and hitting the concrete median wall.
The Indianapolis Fire Department responded and administered emergency medical aid, but the driver was pronounced dead at a hospital.
It is unknown why the driver drove off the road.
On Monday, the driver was identified as Alexandria Anderson-Horton, 32.
The Marion County Coroner's Office will assist with this investigation and determine the cause of death.
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