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Two people are lucky to be alive, after the pickup truck they were in crashed into the Salamonie River.
The ax bounced out of a landscaper’s dump truck, who was cited for failing to secure the ax, which carries a $200 fine.
What began as a pursuit ended up turning into a crash that left a Fort Wayne man dead.
As of 11 a.m., the leak had been stopped but service had not been restored. More than 80 people from nearby businesses were evacuated after the leak.
As you have probably already noticed, road construction season is in full swing. Especially if you drive through downtown Fort Wayne.
The accident took place Tuesday morning in Steuben County and the driver suffered head injuries in the crash.
Witnesses told police the motorcycle was doing a wheelie on East State just before it crashed into a truck just west of Coliseum early Tuesday afternoon.
A car ended up just feet away from slamming into a house after the driver missed a turn at Scott Avenue and Broadway early Tuesday morning.
W. Jefferson was closed between Van Buren and Jackson for more than two hours after an accident involving a motorcycle and a car.
Waterloo police said the man ran a stoplight and was going as fast as 140 mph after an officer turned on his cruiser’s lights.
The SUV the passengers were in crashed into a semitrailer after swerving to avoid another driver entering their lane Monday morning.
Tra Hunter Privett was being held on a $20,000 bond following his Friday arrest on charges of reckless homicide and causing death when driving with a controlled substance in the blood.
A woman died and four others are injured after a single-vehicle accident in Decatur Sunday night.
Northbound I-69 was shut down around 4:40 a.m. at the 262 mile marker. Around 12:30 p.m., police dispatchers in Grant County confirmed that the lanes had re-opened.
Police are investigating a fatal crash after a deputy driving a Marion County Sheriff’s Office prisoner transport van hit a pedestrian.
A police report says he was taken to the hospital where he was treated for fractures in his hand and foot.
Police said one car ran a red light at Bluffton Road and Airport Expressway Wednesday night.
The crash happened Tuesday afternoon in Warren County’s Clearcreek Township, about 35 miles northeast of Cincinnati.
A crash on the Indiana Toll Road Sunday night between a pickup truck and semitrailer killed one person.