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.
Police and medics were called at 2:50 p.m. to the southbound lanes of Interstate 69 near the Illinois Road interchange.
The man had left the southbound driving land of US 33 and traveled 150 yards through a field before landing in the ditch.
Construction was blamed for “significant” traffic backups through a five-mile stretch of Interstate 69 just south of the GM plant in southern Allen County.
A vehicle was speeding eastbound on Coliseum Boulevard near Clinton Street and hit a vehicle stopped for a red light.
The crash happened around 12:30 p.m. along Crescent Avenue between St. Joe River Drive and Coliseum Boulevard, near the entrance to Ivy Tech Community College.
The squad car was headed to a reported shoplifting in progress when it struck the passenger side of the other car.
Up to five people are currently being treated for injuries after a two-vehicle crash.
Investigators said a vehicle hit a guardrail and then rolled over.
Emergency dispatchers said one person was pronounced dead at the scene.
The fire was reported just after 2:30 p.m. near the 329 milemarker, just north of the Auburn-Garrett S.R. 8 interchange.
Indiana State Police are asking for help in finding a car involved in a road rage incident on I-70 in Indianapolis late Tuesday morning where a semi was shot at.
The crash happened at about 6:30 a.m. just north of Decatur and involved a van and a garbage truck.
Two Toyota Corolla’s collided around 6:30 a.m. Friday along U.S. 6 just east of C.R. 41 in DeKalb County.
Indianapolis police investigating a fiery crash that killed two people are looking into whether the electric car’s autopilot was engaged.