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City in Indiana Approves Payment of $1.75M in Lawsuit Regarding Deadly Police Chase Crash

The city of Evansville has agreed to pay $1.75 million to settle a woman’s lawsuit stemming from a 2017 police chase crash that killed her two children and her husband and left her seriously injured.

The Evansville City Council approved the appropriation Monday from the city’s insurance carrier — a step that allows the southwestern Indiana city to make the payout to the children’s mother, Janae Carter, the Evansville Courier & Press reported.

Princess Carter, 2, and 7-month-old Prince Carter were killed in November 2017 when a man being pursued by Evansville police crashed into the family’s car. Their father, Terence Barker, 26, died from head injuries about a month after the crash.

Read the source article at wlfi.com

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