A Blackford County man died Monday afternoon after he lost control of the car he was driving.
The crash, involved a semi that investigators believe had run a stop sign, took place just after 1:00 p.m. Friday afternoon in Wells County. Four people in the car the semi collided with were hospitalized.
Arkansas State Police said the crash occurred about 1 a.m. Friday. A heavy storm had recently passed through the area and left light rain and fog in its wake, but it wasn’t immediately known if weather played a role.
A prosecutor has filed 22 charges including 18 felonies against the driver of an overloaded van that overturned on a southwestern Indiana highway, killing two people.
The driver had been hospitalized since he crashed on October 22nd. Eric J. Byrd passed away Monday afternoon and authorities have determined he had been drinking prior to the accident.
Police and medics were called just before 4:30 p.m. to the intersection of Leo Road and Arapaho Passover.
The woman was trapped in her car for 30 minutes after it flipped over when it went off the road.
Starting Wednesday, traffic will shift to the eastbound lanes between Amber and Homestead roads.
The left lane of I-69, just south of US 24 will be closed starting Thursday afternoon.
A semi driver was critically injured when he ran into the back of a slower moving semi on U.S. 24 Wednesday afternoon.
The driver of a Ford has been upgraded to serious condition after crashing into a dump truck and then another Monday morning.
The car was on its side, in flames, when four hunters helped her brother roll the vehicle onto its wheels.
A two-vehicle crash closed parts of the highway west of Kendallville Saturday afternoon.
State Road 8 at County Road 41, east of Auburn, is closed while authorities investigate a crash.
The coroner’s office said the 27-year-old woman died as a result of blunt force trauma.
Police said it’s unclear if alcohol or speed were factors in the single vehicle crash.
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department said the crash involved a semi-tractor trailer and a truck on U.S. 20, east of County Road 750 West.
The driver told a deputy at the scene he didn’t feel good and then his car went off the road.
The center and far right lanes of southbound I-69 had been closed at the 308 milemarker, a mile south of the U.S. 30 interchange after a semi crashed.
The crash took place Wednesday evening in Miami County when police say the driver of a pickup truck who is believed to have been drinking ran a stop sign and hit a Chevy Tahoe, killing a 10-year-old girl in the SUV.