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Two Kosciusko Residents Killed In Noble Co. Crash

NOBLE COUNTY – Two Kosciusko County residents were killed on Thanksgiving Day in a two-vehicle collision southeast of Cromwell.

A news release from the Noble County Sheriff’s Department (NCSD) identified the deceased as Riley M. Simpson, 20, Milford, and Terrence A. Suddon, 20, Syracuse.

At approximately 3:56 p.m. Thursday, the NCSD received a 911 call of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of CRs 200N and 900W. The initial investigation revealed, according to the release, that a 2013 Ford Explorer, driven by Efrain L. Murillo, 26, Ligonier, entered the intersection and was hit by a 2010 Dodge Challenger, driven by Simpson, causing both vehicles to come to a final rest southeast of the intersection.

Simpson and her passenger, Suddon, were pronounced dead at the scene.

Murillo and his passenger, Fernanda Ruvalcaba, 25, Ligonier, were taken to Parkview Regional Hospital for emergency treatment. Their conditions were unknown as of press time Friday night.

The NCSD news release states that Murillo was not licensed at the time of the crash.

Exact cause of the accident is under investigation.

Assisting at the scene were the Indiana State Police, Ligonier Police, Sparta Township Fire Department, Noble Township Fire Department, Parkview EMS and the Noble County Coroner’s Office.

Owen Family Funeral Home, Syracuse, is handling funeral arrangements for Simpson and Suddon, according to the pending obituaries on page 2A of today’s newspaper.