The unsafe behaviors that came to light in a survey include driving while distracted, impaired, drowsy, speeding, running red lights or not wearing a seat belt.
While some areas of northeast Indiana were spared the wrath of this week’s winter storm, others received lots of snow and that resulted in lots of crashes and slide-offs.
Blowing snow in the counties north of Fort Wayne continues to cause problems for motorists and the situation could get worse.
Police on the scene said the driver of a van ignored a stop sign and collided with a semi. The crash happened around 7 a.m. at the intersection of State Road 37 and Notestine Road.
Police identified the drivers of a pickup truck and semi in Monday morning’s fatal crash.
A total of seven Manchester University students were involved in the crash in Grant County Sunday morning.
Authorities say a 41-year-old man is dead after a snowmobile that he was driving crashed into a parked semitrailer in LaPorte County.
Police said the driver’s sedan drifted off County Road 900 North, just east of Gundy Road near Roanoke, and hit a tree head-on.
The vehicle went off the road and hit several trees before striking a larger tree, according to investigators.
A series of multi-car collisions after a sudden winter squall temporarily shut down portions of two interstate highways near Indianapolis.
After a brief police pursuit last Thursday, a car flipped when it went over railroad tracks causing two people to be hospitalized.
Police said one passenger was trapped for nearly 40 minutes while crews also dealt with a gas leak.
A driver slid across a center line, which led to a four vehicle crash in Whitley County.
The crash happened just after 7 a.m. in the intersection of Coliseum Boulevard and Lake Avenue.
The troopers were inside their car diverting traffic from a previous crash when a semi ran into the back of the cruiser, turned onto its side and hit another car.
Two people died in a crash at the intersection of Washington Center Road and West County Line Road.
Huntington County dispatch said there was a small car fire and a semi crash within one mile of each other.
Ohio State Highway Patrol said alcohol might have been a factor in the crash Sunday morning.
An Angola woman drove into the path of an oncoming pickup truck near State Road 3 and County Road 700 South.
Slick roads might have contributed to a crash on State Road 9.