Investigators believe a second vehicle may have been chasing the vehicle that crashed after an incident at a park.
Police said the driver was adjusting his cruise control when his 2006 Mercedes Benz R350 drifted off the roadway, hit a mailbox and ramped off a culvert.
The victim’s family told police he’d left his Leesburg home in a Lincoln, and said he suffered from dementia.
The crash took place early Monday afternoon on I-70 after a drowsy driver failed to negotiate the entrance to a construction zone according to Indiana State Police.
It happened at the intersection of Lumbard Street and Molitor Street around 9:30 a.m. The driver suffered non-life threatening injuries.
One person suffered fractured bones in both legs and another juvenile was hospitalized with a brain injury.
An SUV left the highway Friday afternoon and crashed into the cable barrier, causing a major traffic tie-up on the interstate.
The interstate had been closed because a tanker truck flipped over night and was leaking ethanol in the median.
Police said the driver, who was not wearing a helmet, hit his head on the pavement.
Police said the woman entered the park somewhere off Calhoun Street and drove around the park on the pathways. She then drove parallel to Clinton before attempting to drive down the stairs.
S.R. 3, between Broken Oak Road and West Shoaff Road, and U.S. 24, between Manor Woods Parkway and County Line Road, in Allen County are scheduled to be resurfaced.
Police say two teenage boys died when a third teenager’s car rear-ended their pickup truck, sending it crashing into a tree in northern Indiana.
A tan-colored sedan jumped the curb and crashed into a brick column in front of the Walgreens at 907 Lincoln Highway West in New Haven.
Police said the child was crossing the street on a small ATV when he was struck by a vehicle.
Windshields of three vehicles traveling along Indiana roads have been battered this week by wild turkeys.
The project will result in the improved flow of traffic at the interchange located in northwest Allen County, however motorists will encounter lane restrictions and a ramp closure before work is completed.
Traffic on southbound Interstate 69 near the Auburn Auction Park was backed up for several miles.
The driver of one Chevrolet Impala ran a stop sign at S.R. 8 and C.R. 75A east of Newville and hit another Chevrolet Impala early Wednesday morning.
A witness told police that the motorcyclist was following too closely and “crowding” a truck in front of him when he hit an orange construction barrel.
A section of Bass Road between Kroemer and Flaugh roads will be closed to traffic starting Monday, April 3 until December 1 according to the Allen County Highway Department.