Ryan Bell Clayton, IN, died in car accident on U.S. 40 near Stilesville – GoFundMe

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Ryan Bell Death – Ryan Bell passed away on Monday, July 31, 2023, following a fatal motor vehicle accident on U.S. 40 near Stilesville. According to his loved ones, when the collision took place, Ryan Bell had just left his home in order to make the trip to Area 31 to begin the new academic year. The vehicle went off the road for unclear reasons and collided head-on with a tree.

At around 6:20 in the morning, deputies from the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Department responded to a report of a crash involving a single car that had occurred on U.S. 40 close to County Road 300 West. According to the findings of the preliminary inquiry, a Saturn sedan was driving westbound on U.S. 40 when, for reasons that have not yet been determined, the vehicle veered off the road and collided with a tree. According to the deputies, there is no evidence to suggest that drugs or alcohol played a role in this incident.

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Through the website GoFundMe, Denise Bell has organized a drive to raise money to help with the costs of the funeral. If Ryan hadn’t passed away, he would have begun his senior year of high school this year. It would be an understatement to say that I am in disbelief at this point. Denise is at a loss on how to proceed in life without her, and as a result, she has asked those who are dear to her to pray for her, his dad, and her family as they go through this trying time.

Ryan Bell Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

RELATED ARTICLE: Fatal accident closes U.S. 40 near Heber

On Tuesday morning, there was a fatal collision involving four vehicles that occurred close to Heber City.
The collision took place at 11 in the morning on US 40 close to milepost 13. That is located a couple of miles north of Heber City, close to the point where State Route 32 and I-80 meet. According to Sgt. Cameron Roden of the Utah Highway Patrol, the collision involved four different vehicles. There was one fatality, and several other people were injured, with the severity of their wounds ranging from light to moderate.

Witnesses stated that the driver of a white Ford 150 that was heading east appeared to lose consciousness, which resulted in the truck colliding head-on with a Dodge Ram pickup that was stopped at a red light heading in the opposite direction.

A black BMW that was also stopped at the signal was pushed into a Dodge by another vehicle. The driver of the Ford, a man in his 68th year, was pronounced dead at the scene, and a medical emergency is being looked into as a probable contributing factor to the accident.

Because of the accident, traffic on Highway 40 was stopped in both directions for several hours, and it was redirected through Midway. The identity of the victim has not been disclosed to the general public as of yet.

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