The crash was reported at the 303 milemarker of Interstate 69, one mile north of the Jefferson Boulevard/U.S. 24 interchange.
A semi and a Pontiac Grand Prix collided in the intersection of U.S. 33 and U.S. 127 just north of Celina, Ohio. It’s not clear who had the right of way.
The incident took place just before 11 p.m. Monday in DeKalb County after the driver of a pickup truck had gotten out of his vehicle to tell a police officer stopped on the shoulder of I-69 about a possible drunk driver.
An autopsy conducted by the Allen County Coroner’s office determined the 49-year-old Fort Wayne man took his own life when he was struck by a semi early Friday afternoon.
A Ford Taurus drifted left of center, side-swiped an SUV then hit a Mercedes head-on. The driver suffered head injuries.
Two people on the motorcycle were sent to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Police learned the 17-year-old driver was speeding and late for an appointment when lost control, causing her car to roll end over end near Terre Haute Monday evening.
Police said a southbound Toyota turned left in front of a 2005 Chevy Cavalier without yielding. The impact sent the Toyota onto its side, trapping the drive and two young children.
Indiana Conservation officers are investigating the crash that took place late Saturday afternoon in Noble County.
The crash took place just before 3:20 a.m. on a county road in DeKalb County when the driver lost control and drove into a ditch.
The crash happened around 10:15 Saturday morning at the intersection of Lower Huntington Road and Bradbury Avenue.
The crash happened around 2:00 Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Coliseum Blvd. and Crescent Ave.
Officers arrived to find a white sedan with heavy front-end damage along the shoulder of the highway, and a semi stopped just in front of it.
U.S. 30 westbound was closed near U.S. 224 for approximately four hours while crews cleaned up.
A driver suffered only minor injuries in the crash on a ramp at Interstate 469 and U.S. 24 around 6 p.m. Wednesday.
A Wolcottville man suffered injuries after he struck a deer on his motorcycle early Tuesday evening in Steuben County.
The one-day lane closure, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., will allow INDOT contractors to deliver steel bridge beams for work on the project.
Investigators believe a second vehicle may have been chasing the vehicle that crashed after an incident at a park.
Police said the driver was adjusting his cruise control when his 2006 Mercedes Benz R350 drifted off the roadway, hit a mailbox and ramped off a culvert.
The victim’s family told police he’d left his Leesburg home in a Lincoln, and said he suffered from dementia.