Columbus woman, Greensburg boy, die in crash

Photo courtesy of Indiana State Police.
Photo courtesy of Indiana State Police.

A Columbus woman and a Greensburg boy were killed in a three-vehicle crash Friday night in Decatur County.

The Indiana State Police report that at about 10:15 p.m., a Jeep, driven by 25-year-old Matthew Hahn of Greensburg, struck the tires of a trailer being towed by an SUV going the opposite direction on County Road 300N. The Jeep then skidded into the path of a truck driven by 47-year-old Terry Robinson of Columbus.

5-year-old Matthew Hahn Jr., a passenger in his father’s Jeep, was flown to Riley Hospital for Children but died. 35-year-old Shelina M. Robinson of Columbus, a passenger in the pickup truck died at the scene.

Four other people including Matthew Hahn were injured in his vehicle, as well as Terry Robinson. Those injured included:

  • Matthew L. Hahn, transported to Methodist Hospital.
  • James Supler, 16, from Greensburg, injured, and transported to  Decatur County Hospital.
  • Logan Debiase, 9, from Greensburg,  injured and transported to Riley Hospital.
  • Mataya Hahn, 3, from Greensburg, injured and transported to Riley Hospital.
  • Terry W. Robinson, transported to the Decatur County Hospital.

Three medical helicopters were called to the scene.

The third vehicles, the SUV pulling a car trailer, was driven by 50-year-old Kenneth L. Bogue of New Castle and he was uninjured.