Three college students on Indiana State College’s (ISU) soccer crew had been recognized because the victims of a one-car accident close to campus.
Christian Eubanks, 18, Jayden Musili, 19, and Caleb VanHooser, 19, died, and two different passengers had been critically injured within the crash that occurred early Sunday morning. Omarion Dixon, 20, and John Moore, 19, had been free of the automobile and brought to the intensive care unit (ICU) in critical situation.
The motive force and two different passengers had been pronounced useless on the scene. All 5 had been ISU college students and members of the Sycamore soccer crew.
Musili was a sophomore and Fort Wayne native a part of the Pathway to Blue program. Eubanks was a freshman from Waukegan, Illinois, and VanHooser was a freshman from Liberty Township, Ohio.
Vigo County Sheriff John Plasse stated the crash occurred round 1:30 a.m. in Riley, WLWT reviews. The automobile drove off the roadway and hit a tree. The automotive was on hearth when deputies arrived.
Dixon and Moore have since been taken out of the ICU however stay in critical situation. The ISU neighborhood has been mourning the lack of the scholars.
“There aren’t any phrases to precise the depth of our disappointment about this tragedy,” ISU President Dr. Deborah J. Curtis stated.
“We ship our condolences to the household and mates of the scholars concerned. The Sycamore household is mourning and can help one another on this time of grief.”
VanHooser, a freshman cornerback at ISU, had simply graduated from Lakota East Excessive Faculty, the place he was a star soccer participant, WCPO reviews.
“He made individuals smile,” Lakota East soccer coach Rick Haynes stated. “The academics all liked him. He was only a particular child.”
Haynes had simply spoken with VanHooser final week forward of the beginning of soccer season.
“I texted with Caleb on Wednesday. I simply stated how’s it going? He stated, ‘Camp was actually powerful, however I’m pushing by it,’ and he was trying ahead to the season,” Haynes stated.
Haynes has adopted up with VanHooser’s mother and father, who’re heartbroken over the loss.
“The toughest factor about all of that is I simply really feel so unhealthy for his mother and pop … I talked to his mother on Sunday,” Haynes stated.
“The grief in her voice was overwhelming,” he stated.