Three Trafalgar girls injured in Interstate 65 crash

Three Trafalgar girls were seriously injured in a crash on Interstate 65 in Indianapolis Tuesday morning.

According to Indiana State Police reports, a pickup rolled off of the Interstate 65 bridge at Raymond Street, falling to the street below at about 7:37 this morning, ejecting two 17-year-old girls, Kya Lasley and Megan Murray, and trapping a 10-year-old, Keilyn Stauffer, in the wreckage.

Based on their investigation, State Police say that Lasley was driving the dually pickup northbound on Interstate 65, when she changed lanes and sideswiped another northbound pickup. Her truck then hit a guardrail and concrete barrier before flipping over the barrier and falling. Both of the teens were ejected and neither were wearing a seatbelt, according to police reports. They were treated at the scene by paramedics before being taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

Stauffer had to be cut from the wrecked vehicle before she could be transported to the hospital.

The driver of the second pickup was uninjured. The crash remains under investigation.

The right two lanes of the interstate were closed for about six hours.