The crash took place in Wells County Wednesday afternoon when a John Deere Gator driven by a Bluffton man crossed over from a county road onto U.S. 224.
Police in northwest Indiana are looking into whether a man who crashed his car into a concrete barrier wall on I-65 Tuesday night and then jumped off a bridge was under the influence of narcotics.
Police in Steuben County are investigating a crash that took place Tuesday afternoon involving a head-on collision near the intersection of State Road 127 and State Road 120.
Investigators determined the crash took place when a driver hesitated while merging from I-469 onto I-69.
The crash happened when the deputy drove off the road trying to avoid hitting a squad car in front of him as the two responded to an emergency call in Noble County Tuesday morning.
The Fort Wayne man, who police say had been drinking, fled police before crashing into a planter box located at the Angola City Monument late Monday evening.
Southbound lanes at the 305 mile marker are closed.
The 81-year-old woman was injured in a crash earlier in June at the intersection of U.S. 24 and Liberty Mills Road.
Two cars collided early Friday morning.
Police were called around 4 p.m. on a report of a crash along West Jefferson Boulevard at the railroad overpass just west of Main Street.
Investigators said a man and woman in a pickup truck pulling a camper flipped in the median near Angola.
The man was pinned under the tractor after it rolled Thursday afternoon in Whitley County.
Police and fire crews were called around 6 a.m. to Interstate 469 near the S.R. 37/Maysville Road interchange on a report of a fire.
The crash happened just after 7 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. 30 and C.R. 300 East in Whitley County.
The trucker was driving with a suspended license according to Indiana State Police when he rear-ended another semi, causing a chain-reaction crash.
Authorities say a Porter County Sheriff’s Department deputy tried to stop the motorcycle on U.S. 20 for a traffic violation when the operator fled.
Police in northern Indiana say four people, including a 6-week-old baby, were aboard an Amish buggy when it flipped after being struck by a vehicle.
The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office said an SUV crashed into a tree before it caught on fire early Monday morning.
The driver’s truck was hit by a semi-truck and car when as it drove through the intersection of SR 3 and U.S. 20.
A driver going the wrong-way collided with a pickup truck near the Maysville Road/S.R. 37 exit.