The driver of the semi told police the last thing he remembers prior to the crash was choking on a cough drop. No one was inside the church which is located just off I-69 near the 248 mile marker.
The driving lane of southbound Interstate 69 just north of Auburn was closed Friday morning due to a vehicle crash.
The driver rear ended another vehicle late Thursday afternoon on U.S. 6 in Dekalb County, causing the other driver to be hospitalized.
A female passenger in the rig appeared to have been ejected through the windshield and was partially pinned under the front of the cab after a semi rolled over on the Indiana Toll Road near Orland.
Two people were hurt in the crash near Lima Road.
The crash took place in Marshall County, Indiana west of Fort Wayne early Wednesday morning and closed the highway for several hours.
The semi was spotted swerving in Huntington County and then on Interstate 69. Police used stopsticks to stop the rig near the Lima Road interchange.
Slow down and pay attention to roads overnight as the potential for ice grows with falling temperatures.
An Indiana State Trooper was injured Thursday after his squad car collided with another vehicle driven by a man who wrongly interpreted the meaning of a traffic signal on SR 3 in New Castle.
The teenager who was transported to the hospital after the fatal crash involving a horse and buggy that killed two other teenage girls on November 20 has died of injuries suffered as a result of the crash.
The 17-year-old Snider High School student died after she lost control of her car and it flipped on East Washington Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.
A crash involving multiple vehicles has forced the closure of southbound Lima Road at Northbrook Boulevard south of Dupont in Fort Wayne.
The investigation concluded that a semi tractor-tanker hit a semi tractor-trailer that was stopped on the side of the road. The semi tanker then hit another semi tractor-trailer, which sent both vehicles into the median and causes the tanker the catch fire.
Officers were called to the 3700 block of New Haven Avenue at 5 p.m. where at least two people were seriously hurt.
The Allen County Coroner’s Office released the names and causes of death of two teenage girls who died in one of a series of crashes Sunday night, all involving horse and buggies.
Police are looking for a driver who left the scene after crashing into a horse and buggy at SR 37 and Notestine Road.
The crash closed the highway for several hours.
The July 13 crash on Interstate 69 in Green County killed the three after they had pulled over to the highway’s shoulder after hitting a deer when his car was struck.
A delivery truck driver missed his turn and then began to back up when he hit a man riding a 2007 Yahama motorcycle, which ejected the man off his bike.
The crash took place just before 3 a.m. after the driver failed to negotiate a curve, causing him to lose control of the vehicle.