The troopers were inside their car diverting traffic from a previous crash when a semi ran into the back of the cruiser, turned onto its side and hit another car.
Two people died in a crash at the intersection of Washington Center Road and West County Line Road.
Huntington County dispatch said there was a small car fire and a semi crash within one mile of each other.
Ohio State Highway Patrol said alcohol might have been a factor in the crash Sunday morning.
An Angola woman drove into the path of an oncoming pickup truck near State Road 3 and County Road 700 South.
Slick roads might have contributed to a crash on State Road 9.
Investigators said weather and road conditions might have contributed to the crash that also left three people injured.
According to the Indianapolis Fire Department, the school bus lurched forward over a curb and struck the three people Tuesday afternoon.
The arrest was made Sunday evening by Indiana State Police on an I-70 ramp. They found out the trucker had been celebrating his birthday the day before and he was arrested for OWI.
The interstate’s northbound lanes from milemarker 308 to 309 will have alternating lane restrictions from 10 p.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. Friday.
The interstate had been closed for several hours following a crash involving three semis and two other vehicles.
The teen driver was treated at the hospital for injuries and released.
The front of the SUV started to fill with water after it flipped into a flooded ditch.
The interstate is back open after the crash involving a semi and car early Sunday morning.
The incident took place on Tonkel Road Friday morning when the driver of a pickup truck apparently didn’t see the flagger and hit another truck that was unloading wood at a new home construction site.
The boom of the crane somehow came loose and forced the closure of the northbound lanes of the interstate in DeKalb County for a short time Wednesday morning.
The I-74 and I-70 crashes occurred about 11 a.m. EST amid snow squalls fueled by winds gusting up to 40 mph.
More than a dozen vehicles were involved in a pileup on Interstate 70 close to Richmond Tuesday morning, as snow and wind wreaked havoc on Indiana roads.
A K-9 in the sheriff’s deputy’s squad car was not hurt in the crash. A man, a woman and a girl involved in an initial crash were seriously hurt.
The crash happened around 1:30 p.m. along a stretch of S.R. 5 near C.R. 100 South, south of Huntington.