A driver traveling on I-80/94 in northwest Indiana escaped serious injuries after a semi tire crashed into his car early Friday morning.
Police say two vehicles were engulfed in flames after a third vehicle collided into the crash.
Authorities said the driver failed to yield when his car turned into the path of an oncoming vehicle.
A semi and a car burst into flames following the crash late Friday afternoon in Kosciusko County.
A passing motorist stopped after seeing the semi on fire and pulled the driver from the cab of the semi after it crashed on I-65 south of Indianapolis Wednesday morning.
One person was ejected and hospitalized in very serious condition after a crash at Airport Expressway and Coverdale Road early Wednesday.
The two-vehicle crash forced the closure of US 30 during the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s investigation.
A truck driver from New York faces multiple charges after he lost control of his rig Friday morning on US 35 in Wayne County according to Indiana State Police. part
Dispatch said one vehicle rear ended the other, prompting the closure of U.S. 33 for a couple hours.
The crash took place just after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Investigators said the Jeep was traveling 66-77 mph before the crash.
Traffic on the interstate is flowing normally east of US 27 after rear tires of a fuel tanker blew and caught fire early Wednesday.
Mile marker 6 through mile marker 13 will be reduced to one lane in each direction as contractors prepare for a road shift.
The Allen County Sheriff’s Department was calling for salt trucks due to the icy road conditions.
The unsafe behaviors that came to light in a survey include driving while distracted, impaired, drowsy, speeding, running red lights or not wearing a seat belt.
While some areas of northeast Indiana were spared the wrath of this week’s winter storm, others received lots of snow and that resulted in lots of crashes and slide-offs.
Blowing snow in the counties north of Fort Wayne continues to cause problems for motorists and the situation could get worse.
Police on the scene said the driver of a van ignored a stop sign and collided with a semi. The crash happened around 7 a.m. at the intersection of State Road 37 and Notestine Road.
Police identified the drivers of a pickup truck and semi in Monday morning’s fatal crash.
A total of seven Manchester University students were involved in the crash in Grant County Sunday morning.
Authorities say a 41-year-old man is dead after a snowmobile that he was driving crashed into a parked semitrailer in LaPorte County.