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Brown County Man Dies From Injuries
Updated April 11, 2016 6:33 AM | Filed under: Accident
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(BROWN CO.) - A 67-year-old Brown County man who suffered serious injuries when his semi overturned last week in Columbus, has died.

According to a police 67-year-old Steve Huber Sr. of Nashville died Tuesday at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis where he was being treated for severe head injuries.

According to police Huber was driving a semi truck carrying logs when it overturned in the 3400 block of West Lowell Road near Interstate 65 in a sharp curve.

The semi flipped on its side, spilling the logs and knocking over a utility pole and fiber optic cables.

Huber was unconscious at scene and was flown by Lifeline medical helicopter to Methodist Hospital for treatment.

Huber had been a self-employed truck driver for the past 50 years, his obituary stated.



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