William "Will" Glen Dunn, 8, of Princeton, passed away Friday, Dec. 16, 2011 in Vanderburgh County.


He was born June 21, 2003, in Superior Township, Mich.


He is survived by parents Alvin Lee Dunn, Jr. of Ypsilanti, Mich., and Jennifer Rowley of Las Vegas, Nevada; grandparents Alvin Lee Dunn, Sr. and Edna Mae Dunn of Princeton, with whom he lived; two grandmothers, Terri Jones and Susan Wolf of Michigan; two great grandmothers, Mildred Ingram of Michigan and Thelma Dunn of Princeton; two sisters, Lydia Tice & Monica Arnold of Michigan; two brothers Michael and Jacob Dunn of Michigan; uncles Billy Jackson, Billy Dunn, Danny Mason and several others; aunts Diana Evans, Marleis Jackson and Kim Dunn; and several cousins.


He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Bill Dunn.


Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011 at Colvin Funeral Home in Princeton, officiated by Rev. Brian Cook. Burial will be at I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Princeton.


Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until service time Thursday at the funeral home.


Evansville Courier & Press, Evansville, IN 19 Dec 2011.

  Autopsies performed on the three victims of Friday's triple-fatality accident on Interstate 164 revealed similar injuries to each, a Vanderburgh County deputy coroner said Sunday.

Sylvia Fischer, 17, of Owensville, Ind., William Dunn, 8, and his aunt, Jennifer Ross, 36, both of Gibson County, all suffered significant head injuries from extreme impact during the three-vehicle collision, according to Vanderburgh County Deputy Corner Shaun Madding. The accident occurred at about 6:15 p.m. between the Lloyd Expressway and Morgan Avenue.

The speed at impact remains unknown, as does the reason Fischer's minivan crossed the median from the northbound lane and struck the SUV carrying Dunn and Ross, which then caused the SUV to collide with a pickup truck. Judging from the nature of the injuries, there must have been a "devastating impact," Madding said.

Evansville Police Department spokeswoman Karen Kajmowicz said Sunday an accident reconstruction expert will spend the next two weeks to 60 days determining why Fischer's minivan crossed the median. If necessary, the expert will tear the minivan apart to see if a mechanical issue is the cause. A toxicology report done on Fischer is due in about three weeks.

Coroner Annie Groves said Saturday that it doesn't appear that Fischer was texting or using a cellphone as a cellphone was discovered in her purse at the scene.

Evansville police have not identified the survivors. The adult male driver of the SUV in which Dunn and Ross were riding was hospitalized in critical condition on Saturday. Groves identified him only as Ross' husband. Another passenger in the SUV, a 15-year-old female, also was hospitalized.

The adult male driver of a third vehicle suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

The collision occurred at 6:15 p.m. Friday between the Lloyd Expressway and Morgan Avenue, prompting authorities to close the southbound lanes of I-164 for hours.