A crash on Interstate 65 Tuesday in which an Indiana Department of Transportation truck was struck by another vehicle caused minor injuries to a Deputy man and a Scottsburg man who were in the INDOT truck, according to Indiana State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles. The INDOT workers and the passenger in the auto that struck the INDOT truck were taken for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

The crash occurred at 10 a.m. on I-65 northbound near Crothersville. Sgt. Wheeles said an initial investigation determined that a red 2013 Nissan passenger car, driven by David Cutrone, age 29, Lake Wylie, South Carolina, was traveling northbound on I-65 near the 37 mile marker. Cutrone’s vehicle drove onto the shoulder of I-65 and struck the guardrail.

Cutrone’s vehicle then struck the rear of a white 2016 Ford INDOT truck driven by Cody Hobbs, 24, of Scottsburg. The INDOT vehicle was parked on the shoulder while three INDOT workers removed debris off the shoulder of I-65. Hobbs along with front seat passenger Darren Jones, 49, of Deputy suffered minor injuries. A third INDOT worker, Freddie Taylor, 26, of Scottsburg was outside the vehicle at the time of the collision and also suffered minor injuries.