Crews spent more than eight hours cleaning up a crash on I-469 due to ice covered roads in the morning.
Firefighters pulled two people from a vehicle that stopped just feet from a partially frozen pond.
The driver of a car police say was speeding when it crashed and burst into flames, killing a female passenger, on Saturday has been caught.
Milford firefighters found a charred body in the passenger seat of the vehicle, police said.
Police say a semi and car collided on U.S. 31 Friday morning in Tipton County, causing serious injuries.
The State Highway Patrol says 24 people died last year in crashes between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day.
Police believe the woman was hit multiple times on U.S. 33 in the early morning hours on Wednesday.
The 39-year-old Decatur man died in a crash just south of the Allen County line on Monday night.
One person was killed and three people were injured in a crash in LaGrange County over the weekend.
The road rage incident spanned several Indiana counties on Friday night.
State police say about 70 passengers were on the bus and the uninjured were taken to a nearby middle school.
The chase began on U.S. 30 in Fort Wayne and ended after police lost sight of the car which at that point was traveling the wrong way on I-69.
The driver apparently took a curve too fast at about 2:30 and the load shifted, causing it to come loose.
The accident took place Wednesday morning and disrupted downtown traffic for a while.
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced Tuesday two plows will be used on I-469 and U.S. 24 northeast of Fort Wayne.
Police say rainy conditions and fog were to blame for a driver going through a stop sign early Tuesday morning.
The 42-year-old Fort Wayne man was struck and killed early Tuesday morning on East State Boulevard. The driver has not yet been located.
Peggy A. Page, 37, of Pierceton is in critical condition after crashing into a vehicle on State Road 13 around 2:45 p.m. Monday.