Police say the SUV, which crashed in western Michigan, was “almost destroyed beyond recognition.”
The incident took place on a road in DeKalb County early Friday evening. A passenger in the van that crashed was hospitalized and police believe the driver, who was also treated for injuries may have been drinking.
The highway was closed just south of Wolf Lake for roughly 30 minutes.
Because of lane restrictions on Clinton, traffic could get congested on several road before and after the Trans Siberian Orchestra performance.
Just before 4 p.m. Monday, police and medics responded a crash at the 25 milemarker and another near the 26 milemarker.
State police believe the driver may have fallen asleep when she ran off the highway Sunday evening and hit a guardrail.
The crash took place Sunday evening in LaGrange County after the buggy, driven by a 16-year-old girl pulled in front of an SUV on U.S. 20 in LaGrange County.
The crash took place Sunday evening and caused traffic headaches on the highway in eastern Allen County.
Investigators said a pickup truck turned into the path of a motorcycle and caused a head-on collision Saturday night.
Police were called to U.S. 30 and County Road 300 East near the Paige’s Crossing Tuesday afternoon.
One of the drivers was cited for driving at a speed too fast to avoid collision.
The driver was cleared by medics before being arrested for his role in the crash that left one person dead and two others injured.
The drivers of two cars were hospitalized after one of them apparently failed to yield the right of way at an intersection in Kosciusko County.
Southbound lanes at the 315 mile marker were initially closed after the crashed.
One student was on the bus at the time of the crash that happened around 4 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Vance Avenue and Hobson Road.
Two people were ejected from a car and another person was pinned inside a pickup truck.
Crews needed about four hours to make repairs near Fourth Street.
Police responded to reports of a “party trapped” Saturday morning after the crash in the north west part of Allen County.
Traffic was at a standstill at a construction zone east of Indianapolis Friday when the driver of a semi plowed into the stopped vehicles according to police. Multiple people were injured and five medical helicopters were called to the scene.
A California police officer made a traffic stop, but wrote no ticket. There was no driver to give it to anyway.