A woman was killed after a motorcycle driven by an off-duty officer crashed in downtown Indianapolis early Friday morning.
The bicyclist apparently rode into the path of the SUV at the intersection of Homestead and Covington at around 2 p.m. Thursday.
A driver accelerated to more than 70 mph on a residential street in Detroit while fleeing officers before striking and killing two young children and injuring three other children and an adult, police said.
No one was hurt in a crash that left a car upside down on its roof.
Investigators are trying to figure out how the person managed to get hit on a set of tracks in the northwest part of Fort Wayne.
The crash took place on U.S. 6 at the I-69 overpass in DeKalb County. Both drivers were treated at the scene.
One driver was going over 131 miles an hour while the other was clocked at just under 120 miles an hour.
An 8-year-old boy rode his bike in front of a pickup truck near Orland Sunday night.
Investigators said an SUV rear-ended a motorcycle north of Ashley early Sunday morning.
Another person was hospitalized in critical condition. It’s not clear what may have caused the crash.
A stretch of Clinton Street has been named in a study as one of the most dangerous in the state and Indiana State Police will be use patrols and checkpoints in an attempt to make it safer.
The crash took place in rural Huntington County when police say one driver failed to stop at an intersection.
Investigators determined two people were ejected after an SUV went through a stop sign and collided with a car.
The semi rear-ended the truck hauling three cows.
The death of a man whose body was found lying in the middle of an intersection back in January has been ruled a homicide by the Allen County Coroner’s Office.
The driver had apparently driven down the tracks after seeing a train approaching and got the SUV stuck when he tried to get off the tracks according to police.
The 10-year-old boy was airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital Wednesday evening after being struck by an SUV in Angola.
The truck was carrying 2,200 piglets. Dispatchers believe at least 300-400 pigs were killed. Another 1,500 were captured.
Police believe alcohol was a factor in the single vehicle crash early Tuesday morning.
The three left lanes of Clinton Street just north of East Lewis Street in downtown Fort Wayne are closed while crews work to fix a water main.