The incident happened at the intersection of W. Coliseum Blvd. and Sherman Blvd. around 4:00 a.m. Saturday.
Coldwater Road was closed in both directions between Till and Dupont roads after a 3-vehicle crash sent one to the hospital in critical condition.
A puppy in the cab of a semi that rolled over in northwest Indiana early Thursday was not hurt, however the driver and co-driver did suffer injuries according to Indiana State Police.
Police say three people, including a child, were killed when a sport-utility vehicle collided head-on with a dump truck in northwestern Indiana.
When police arrived on the scene Tuesday evening they found the victim pinned underneath his SUV.
Two of the victims were extricated by firefighters. One was transported by ambulance to a hospital and the other was taken to a hospital by medical helicopter.
It’s unclear if the motorcycle driver was wearing a helmet.
One person was trapped in their vehicle and removed by firefighters.
Two 14-year-old girls were killed and a 15-year-old boy was seriously hurt in the collision Sunday afternoon in Coventry Township, just south of Akron.
Police and medics were called around 9:30 a.m. Monday to State Boulevard and Spy Run Avenue on a report of an injury crash that involved several vehicles.
The 6-year-old girl was partially ejected from a minivan Sunday afternoon when her mom was punched by her boyfriend and he grabbed the wheel while the two were arguing.
Investigators said Rick Bowling and Jodan Tuttle were on a motorcycle that crashed into a tree.
38-year-old Chrstopher Burpee was hospitalized with head injuries after crashing his bike for an unknown reason in DeKalb County.
Witnesses say a driver was speeding when he lost control, drove off the road and then veered back across the highway into oncoming traffic early Monday afternoon.
Authorities say an SUV drove off the roadway, flipped and rolled into a ditch on I-65 early Saturday morning.
A car exited southbound Interstate 469 onto eastbound U.S. 24 and pulled in front of an eastbound SUV.
Police say a mortuary services van driver was injured in a crash along Interstate 70 in Indiana and another vehicle was brought in to take away a body that was being transported.
The driver, Timothy Harmes, suffered cuts to his forehead in the crash.
The crash was reported shortly after 6 a.m. U.S. 30 is now open.
Investigators believe the motor carrier officer failed to yield the right of way to a cement mixer on U.S. 24 in northwest Indiana early Monday afternoon.