At about 6:59 a.m. Saturday morning, Indiana State Police and Indianapolis Fire Department were called to the scene of a crash. Police saw a vehicle on the southbound on-ramp of I-465 and West Washington Street when they arrived.
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At about 3:30pm, a car containing four Eastern Senior High School Students stopped at a stop sign, but began driving erratically through the intersection rolled off of the road and landed upside-down in a nearby field.
A Princeton man was killed in a fiery car crash on Interstate 69 in Gibson County just after 4:00 Sunday morning.
An Indiana man driving commercially for UPS died and a Chicago trucker was cited after a fatal three-truck crash on the Borman Expressway in Indiana at about 3:45 a.m. in Gary, Indiana.
Robert and Ilea McDaniel of Berrien Springs, Michigan died after their car crashed into a van on State Road 10 near County Road 475 West in Newton County, Indiana. Five people in the van were brought to a hospital in Kankakee with non-life-threatening injuries.
Three people were killed and two injured after a pickup crash around 2:00 Friday afternoon in Cayuga.
At about 8:45am, a the driver of a Jaguar containing five people was traveling southbound on U.S. 31 when they lost control and veered across the median into the northbound lanes.
At about 5:30am, a double-decker bus operated by Megabus was traveling on I-65 when it veered off the roadway and rolled onto it's side.
16-year-old Antonia Young was walking with a friend on 34th Street and Franklin Road when she was struck by a black SUV. She was transported to a local hospital in critical condition where she later died of her injuries. The friend was not hurt in the accident.
Frank D. Boggs was driving on Indiana 109 when he was involved in a two-car collision that killed him and left three people injured.
At about 7:00am, a car driven by Stephan Ferenczy, 43, slid on ice that was on County Road 11A and rolled two times, ejecting Gert Ferenczy, who was not wearing a seat belt, and leaving him with critical injuries.
Someone was killed when a car and a semi-trailer collided on Ind. 213. Both the car and semi were found off of the roadway, and one person was pronounced dead at the scene. Check back for updates.
Sometime in the afternoon, a pickup truck driven by Donald crossed the center line of State Road 32 for an unknown reason and struck a trailer driven by Billy Dunnagan, 55. While Donald was killed in the crash, Dunnagan was not even seriously injured.
According to spokesperson Adam Griffith, the Allen County sheriff’s department received a call at 3:17 a.m. about a reckless driver in a white SUV traveling north in a southbound lane of I-69.
The driver killed in a head-on crash was CM Stigall, 48, from Morgantown. The collision occurred near 9:00 Saturday night on State Road 135 in Trafalgar. Two pickup trucks heading in opposite directions collided after one of them drifted into the other lane.
Ryan M. Alton was speeding in northwest Indiana when a police officer tried to pull him over. Alton refused to stop and instead sped-up, driving recklessly from lane to lane. He then struck the back of another vehicle, and debris from the crash hit a third.
A crash occured on Mitthoeffer and John Jay Drive, involving two vehicles described as a Ford F-150 and a Crown Victoria. The driver of the Crown Victoria died. Two other people were injured. More information will be posted as it becomes available.
Donshey James was driving a stolen Pontiac Aztec when he crashed near the intersection of East 38th Street and North Sherman Drive while avoiding police. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Three people died when the vehicle they were in went off the road, traveled down and an embankment, and rolled over. It is not yet known what caused the vehicle driven by Perry Coffelt of Columbia City to leave the road about 11 p.m. Friday night.
A truck carrying over 2000 piglets was allegedly going too fast on an I-465 ramp and rolled over. The driver was not injured, but about 700 of the pigs died either at the scene or were taken to a medical center and then succumbed to their injuries or were euthanized.
An off-duty police officer died in a crash Monday afternoon in Wabash County, which involved three vehicles on State Road 15. David Rigney, 39, of LaFontaine, was headed south in an SUV on State Road 15 near 5394 South.
Violet Earls was driving on State Road 64 when a minivan crossed the center line and struck her vehicle head-on. Two people in the minivan were injured in the crash as well, but their identities and conditions have ot been released. Authorities are still investigating this accident,
Police tried to stop a Chevy Tahoe in Boone County when the suspect took off at high speed. Officers pursued the vehicle across the Marion County line until the Tahoe crashed into two other vehicles at 34th Street and Georgetown Road. Fortunately no one in either vehicle was hurt.
James Darin McCoy was driving a Bolden's Cleaning and Restoration van southbound on Hazel Dell Parkway when he struck an ambulance. None of the three people in the ambulance were seriously injured, and the ambulance wasn't carrying any patients at the time.
Jakita Brown allegedly rear-ended a pickup truck at the intersection of U.S. 41 (3rd Street) and Hulman Street. No one in the pickup truck was seriously hurt. She failed a breath test and had three children in her vehicle at the time.