The driver of a pickup told police he became distracted and didn’t see the buggy until the last moment. An Amish mother and her three young children only suffered minor injuries.
The tickets were handed out for seat belt violations during the Click It or Ticket campaign that ran from May 15 to May 31.
Police say a 22-year-old man has died in a crash on a rural Indiana highway that for months has been closed to through traffic.
A man was hospitalized after being thrown from his moped in Steuben County when he missed a curve in the road.
Twenty-four other students were examined and released to either parents or to other buses for transportation.
Sgt. Halsey said she’s seen hundreds of crashes since becoming an officer, but nothing of this magnitude. The family’s strength is also unlike anything she’s ever witnessed.
The biker died from injuries after crashing into the deer crossing a road in Van Wert County early Friday morning.
The crash prompted the closure of Lower Huntington Road for about three hours while police investigated the scene.
A southbound tractor-trailer was blown onto its side on I-69 near the 333 mile marker as strong storms passed through the area just before 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday.
Traffic in the northbound lanes of I-69 at the 303.6 mile marker just north of the West Jefferson interchange was slowed after a car crashed, possible after hitting high water due to heavy rains Wednesday afternoon.
Several roads on Fort Wayne’s northwest side are closed so the Allen County Highway can construct a roundabout.
A truck collided with an SUV, sending one person to an area hospital.