Tiffany Runyon Death, Obituary – According to reports, a woman who lived in Elkhart was the person who passed away as a result of a collision that took place early on Monday morning near the intersection of County Roads 20 and 35. The incident involved two automobiles. The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office was the source of the information that was provided.
At 9:48 in the morning, a report of the event was taken, and shortly thereafter, deputies were dispatched to the intersection to investigate it. An investigation revealed that a 2019 Ford F450 pickup truck was traveling west on C.R. 20, approaching the intersection with C.R. 35, when the driver allegedly failed to yield the right of way and did not stop at the crossing. The investigation also revealed that the driver did not stop at the crossing. As a direct consequence of the occurrence, an accident involving the pickup vehicle took place.
The findings of the investigation led to this finding being the conclusion of the investigation. According to the reports, a collision occurred between the pickup truck and the driver’s side of a 2011 Nissan Cube Hatchback when both vehicles were going south on C.R. 35. Tiffany Runyon, who was at the wheel of the Nissan when the collision occurred, did not have the strength to recover from the injuries that she had, and she was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision.
Two young children, ages two and seven, who were riding as passengers in Runyon’s automobile had injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening and were sent to the hospital for treatment. Runyon’s car was involved in an accident. Due to the impact of the accident, the truck’s driver did not sustain any injuries as a result of the incident. As part of their ongoing investigation, members of the Elkhart County Crash Investigation Team have been looking at the wreckage that was left behind by the collision.