Police are looking for the family of a man who was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer in Clark County early Friday.
It happened on Interstate 265 near the Tenth Street exit in Jeffersonville, in a construction zone. That's when police say they received a call about a man walking along the interstate. A state trooper from the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg was in the process of searching for the man when a semi truck in front of him hit the brakes and pulled over.
Police have identified a tractor-trailer driver killed in a crash on I-70 in Putnam County on Monday.
The driver was Robert P. Deakin, age 46, of Avon, Indiana. The coroner found the cause of death was blunt force trauma.
The crash occurred at around 12:36 pm Monday in the westbound lanes on I-70 near the 30 mile marker. Indiana State Police say traffic was slowing down for a construction zone and moving into the right lane.
A second teen caught over the weekend in the turbulent waters of a dam near Edinburgh has died.
Michael Chadbourne, 16, died Monday, according to the Marion County coroner's office.
Jason Moran also died after he, Chadbourne and two other teens tried to come to the aid of Sarah McLevish, who got swept below part of the dam on the Big Blue River on Friday while the five teens were swimming.
A teenager killed on Saturday in an off-road vehicle crash has been identified.
The victim was 17-year-old Chase Brannon, according to Harrison County Deputy Coroner Tracey Kinslow. Police said Brannon was a passenger in the vehicle when it ran off the west side of Tee Road around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, hit a tree, causing the vehicle to flip and hit a second tree.
One person was killed and two others suffered injuries in a crash on U.S. 31 Thursday afternoon.
According to Sergeant Mark Helms, the crash happened around 5 p.m. after lanes on Interstate 65 were shut down due to a pavement crack near Seymour. During the closure traffic was rerouted from I-65 to U.S. 31.
A 23-year-old Fishers woman died at IU Health Saxony Hospital on Thursday night, several hours after her car drove off I-69 and ended up in a creek, Madison County Sheriff Ron Richardson said in a written release.
Amber Davidson was taken to Saxony after the 2002 Dodge Intrepid she was driving south on I-69 went off the interstate at mile marker 217, rolling into the median and striking cable barriers, before continuing south down an embankment and coming to a stop in a creek.
MedFlight responded to a accident between a motorcycle and small SUV in Nappanee Saturday afternoon.
It happened around 3:30 p.m. on U.S. Highway 6 at the intersection with C.R. 11. Police say the motorcycle was traveling behind the SUV on U.S. 6 when the SUV's driver began to turn right onto C.R. 11.