Two people were airlifted to Fort Wayne hospitals and another person was taken to the hospital in Paulding.
Fort Wayne will add closed-circuit cameras, replace traffic signal lights with LEDS, and add countdown signals at pedestrian crosswalks.
“Flames were licking up the side of the truck on the driver’s side,” the driver said of Monday’s crash. He moved over to the passenger’s side but the guard rail was twisted up against the door.
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Police officers watched the keg crash through the truck’s tailgate as the teen was driving down a busy street in South Bend on St. Pat’s Day.
Tuesday morning’s crash occurred near the town of Kouts, about 20 miles southeast of Gary.
Police in the area said no one was injured in the crash.
The coroner ruled the crash on Wallen Road an accident, but it’s unclear if alcohol was a factor.
The crash occurred late Friday at the intersection of Cannon’s Way and Kelley’s Landing.
Three people were hurt in the crash.
Interstate 69 was closed at the 279 mile marker for more than an hour after a pileup.
State Police closed a lane after a crash with an injury near the 300 mile marker.
A car ran a red light and crashed into a truck on Main Street. The truck then flipped over and hit a pole.
A hospital in Louisville is looking into whether the bus driver had a heart attack or stroke before the crash.
Northbound traffic was slow after a semi rolled over around 4 a.m. on Thursday.
a Michigan Department of Transportation spokeswoman said fuel also spilled into the sewers, also creating fires.
A baby girl was found hanging upside down above the river that flowed through the car, and the water never reached high enough to touch her.
A car speeding out of a gas station in Albion crashed into tree Sunday morning.
The City of Fort Wayne is closing the street to make repairs on sewer lines. The road is expected to reopen Tuesday.
Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction between U.S. 27 and Winchester Road.