UPDATE: Indiana State Police now say that Goedde was driving under the influance when she went the wrong way in the east bound lanes on I-70 last night.
ISP says that Goedde had a blood alcohol level ov .24%. Leagally drunk in Indiana is .08%
Goedde is being treated in an Indianapolis hospital for what are believed to be non-life-threating injuries.
Emergency crews were called out a little after 8pm last night to a two vehicle crash in the east bound lanes of I-70 near the 36 mile marker.
That’s in Putnam County.
Police say that a car driven by 57 year old Pamela S. Goedde, of Evansville, IN., was westbound in the eastbound lanes and struck a hit a semi driven by 37 year old Hardev Singh Kauldher, of Ontario, Canada, head-on.
The tractor-trailer was owned by World Wide Carriers LTD of Ontario, Canada and was hauling laundry detergent. Goedde was flown to an Indianapolis hospital with severe internal, head, and leg injuries.
The semi driver was not hurt.
Five other cars went off the road to avoid the crash but no one else was hurt.
The investigation is continuing but police say that Goedde did not appear to be impaired or under the influence.