16-year-old dies, 2 other girls hurt in Greene County crash

WORHTINGTON, Ind. (WISH/WTWO) — A 16-year-old girl, one of three students at a high school in Jasonville, died in a crash Thursday night on a county road, the Greene County Sheriff’s Department told Terre Haute TV station WTWO.

Kaylee Lynn Moore died at the scene.

Another 15-year-old, Ever Green, was flown to Riley Children’s Hospital at IU Health. She was later transferred to Methodist Hospital. Both hospitals are in Indianapolis.

According to a news release, 16-year-old Jade-Lyn Alejandria Brassie lost control of a 2003 Lincoln Navigator about 6:30 p.m. Thursday and struck a tree on County Road 1100 West near County Road 700 North. Moore and Green were passengers in the sport-utility vehicle.

Brassie was taken to Regional Hospital in Terre Haute. The sheriff’s department says Brassie and Green were stable.

All three teens attend Shakamak Junior-Senior High School.

Shakamak thanks everyone for their support through such a difficult and devastating time. Please continue to keep the families of our students as well as the Shakamak family in your thoughts and prayers.

Posted by MSD of Shakamak on Friday, September 13, 2019

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