INDIANAPOLIS — A Greenfield man found dead in his car after a crash on Interstate 70 Monday morning did not appear to have any injuries related to the accident, police said.
Kevin Moran, 52, was pronounced dead at the scene of a single-car crash Monday morning, police said.
He had been driving on I-70 near Interstate 465 on the west side of Indianapolis during rush hour when his car left the roadway, according to Indiana State Police reports.
Witnesses said Moran was driving westbound in the middle lane of I-70 near the 73 mile marker in Marion County around 7 a.m. when his car veered to the left and struck a concrete barrier, according to police.
His 2006 Chevrolet pickup truck then crossed the interstate, struck another barrier and traveled down a grassy embankment at the southbound I-465 exit ramp, police said.
Moran was found unresponsive in the driver’s seat, and investigators noted he did not appear to have sustained injuries related to the crash.
The crash closed westbound I-70 near the southbound I-465 exit ramp for several hours while police investigated the crash and cleared the wreckage.