Two women were hospitalized after the crash. One was pinned in her truck and had to be freed by a fire department.
U.S. 6 between Fair Street and Fairview Boulevard in Kendallville is closed to traffic while police investigating.
A car carrying the infant and its mother went off the road for an unknown reason and hit a pole.
A portable corral is now being brought from Michigan to better secure the herd until they can be transplanted back.
There is minimal damage to “The 1121 Salon” on East State Boulevard.
Five juveniles were in the vehicle when police believe the two climbed out of the sunroof and then fell. One was arrested.
Police said seat belts worn by everyone involved in the crash helped prevent serious injuries.
The vehicle flipped several times and landed under a bridge on the interstate.
An officer with the Warsaw Police Department was injured Monday evening when his squad car was hit at an intersection by a Cadillac that had run a red light according to witnesses interviewed by Indiana State Police.
Police say the cement mixer hit the passenger side of a car that had driven left of center on U.S. 27 in Adams County.
Police closed the road south of Engle Road for several hours Monday morning.
Police said the boy was not wearing a helmet when he struck a tree Sunday night.
The ramp to westbound U.S. 30 was closed for about two hours Thursday morning.
The crash involving multiple vehicles at mile marker 319 in Allen County Wednesday afternoon was apparently caused by a driver making a U-turn.
Police said they are trying to determine what led a 53-year-old Fort Wayne man to crash his moped Tuesday evening.
Northern Indiana police say an officer prevented a potential disaster when he steered an accelerating car away from more than 100 people gathered for a fireworks show.
Two adults were hospitalized and a teenager was uninjured after the crashed closed the highway for about an hour Monday evening.
Police believe a driver with a medical condition may have caused the crash. Police said the driver’s injures were not serious.
The accident took place early Monday afternoon at the intersection of Grabill and Schwartz near Leo-Cedarville in Allen County.
Police say the driver was following another car too closely Sunday afternoon in DeKalb County when he was unable to slow down enough to avoid hitting the car in front of him that had started to brake.