A Woodburn woman was taken to the hospital after a crash on State Road 930.
The incident took place on an interstate in northwest Indiana after two drivers got into an on-road argument.
One person is dead after three separate crashes temporarily shut down Interstate 65 in both directions in central Indiana.
A section of East Wayne Street was closed for about four hours Monday.
I-69 was down to one lane for less than an hour while police cleared the scene on Sunday.
Two cars crashed on southbound I-69 at the 298 mile marker around 4 p.m. Friday.
The stretch between Taylor Street and Lavian Avenue was closed for most of the day because of a water main break.
The driver was not injured and luckily no propane was spilled following the accident Thursday morning in LaGrange County.
Police don’t yet know why the driver of a pickup crossed the median from the northbound lanes into the southbound lanes, causing the crash.
Part of I-75 in Cincinnati was open again to traffic Wednesday as an investigation continued into the deadly overpass accident that killed a worker and injured a truck driver.
Ice began forming on surfaces around 5 a.m. and made roads in many areas treacherous.
An autopsy has determined the 29-year-old Fort Wayne man who was found dead on Tonkel Rd. Tuesday morning died of blunt force injuries. But what caused those injuries isn’t yet known.