Police said she lost control of her vehicle on the snow covered roadway early Monday morning.
A Gary woman lost control of her car on an interstate in northwest Indiana Monday morning and Indiana State Police believe the crash is proof seatbelts and airbags save lives.
A crash with injury which has both north and southbound lanes of US 33 closed at County Road 50 S, north of Wolf Lake.
The driver failed to stop the minivan in the parking lot and accelerated forward, crashing through the lobby doors of a Van Wert medical office.
A semi rear-ended another semi, pinning a driver inside the cab of his truck.
The crash happened at the intersection of Coliseum Boulevard and Crescent Avenue at 6 p.m. Monday.
A 20-year-old woman was hospitalized after her hand was pinned under the roof of her vehicle when it flipped over in a ditch on a state road in DeKalb County.
A father suffering a medical emergency crashed a vehicle carrying his three children on the Indiana Toll Road in Steuben County. One of the father’s children died at the scene, while the other two were hospitalized.
Police say that when they arrived on the scene, the car the three were riding was overturned and on fire.
The crash happened several miles east of Auburn when a driver didn’t stop at a stop sign and collided with another vehicle.
A flatbed semi carrying drywall flipped on its side and spilled its load across I-469 eastbound in Roanoke, just off the I-69 southbound interchange.
Police were dispatched to the to the 2700 block of West State Boulevard at around 6 p.m. Monday.
DEKALB COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – An inattentive semi driver went of the road and spilled a load of steel, according to the DeKalb County … More »
The man died after overcorrecting his vehicle and driving off the road, 600 feet into a field and rolling into a small wetland in Noble County Saturday.
A female juvenile was hospitalized after leading a state trooper on a high-speed highway chase in Porter County, which ended in a roll-over crash into a ditch.
A woman died after the driver of the car she was riding in drove over a median on I-65 northbound in Gary Thursday morning and crashed into a southbound vehicle. Two other passengers were hospitalized.
A state legislator pushing for the change says front license plates cost taxpayers more money and serve as an excuse to pull people over.
The crash snapped a utility pole in half and knocked out power for approximately six hours.
The person was reported in serious condition at the hospital.
A camera in another patrol car caught the wreck: Wind nudges the trailer, then knocks over the rig, which falls onto the patrol car. The skidding truck barely misses the car filming.