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,
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.
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.
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.
At around 12:40pm, a Pontiac Grand Am containing Sullivan and Vanatti was losing control on a curve of County Road 400 West, went into the oncoming lane and was struck by a van containing Gordon and Jo A. Shaw.
Taylor Paine Riddick, a student at the University of Southern Indiana, died in a car accident early Saturday morning on Fulton Avenue. Riddick was the only person in the vehicle. Authorities are investigating the cause of the accident.
Ava Ridenour, 17, was pronounced deceased at the scene Saturday night in Tipton, after her pickup truck was struck by an Indiana Transportation Museum train. She was following another car on Park Road just before 8:20 p.m.
Police say 55-year-old Catherine Lynn died at the scene of a deadly bicycle crash. Police said their initial investigation showed a bicyclist was swerving, when a car attempted to pass the bike on her left.
Karla Wolford was killed Thursday night when the car she was a passenger in went off the path of a driveway and hit a tree and utility pole near County Road 400 South and County Road 500 West in Tipton County.
Commuters should expect the right two lanes of I-465 eastbound to be closed for up to two hours after a pedestrian was fatally struck by a semi this morning. The person may have fallen or jumped from a moving vehicle, after which he or she was hit by the semi.
David Scott, of Pekin, Indiana, was headed west on Highway 160 near Speith Road in Clark County when the crash happened sometime around 6:00 pm. The driver of the second vehicle, a woman in her 20s, was airlifted to University Hospital. Her current condition is unknown, but he
Patrick Hollander was traveling north on State Road 62 when he reportedly fell asleep at the wheel. His car crashed in the Boonville area at Franz and Degonia; no other cars were involved. He was flown to a hospital in serious condition.
The collision occurred approx. 8:20 a.m. Tuesday 25 miles north of Lafayette when the northbound train struck a semi-trailer truck that had crossed onto rail tracks running parallel to U.S. 421. The train split the semi in half, but its driver was not injured.
Female driver killed speeding when she hit the rear end of a car and lost control, hitting a utility pole near Kentucky Avenue and Ameriplex Parkway in Indianapolis, Indiana. The crash is under investigation.
At approximately 12:16 a.m. Sunday, investigators say a Noblesville Police officer was parked and sitting in his police vehicle when he saw a 1999 Saturn traveling east in the westbound lane of 141st Street at a speed believed to be above the posted speed limit.
A 13-year-old Trent Myers, of Rising Sun, Indiana, died Sunday at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center from injuries sustained in an ATV crash at Lake Geneva over the weekend. The other kids riding the machine during the crash sustained only minor injuries.
The accident occured 12:45 p.m. Saturday when a tan Dodge Caravan was driving west US Highway 40 just east of State Road 340 in eastern Vigo County and crossed the center line, hitting an eastbound red Ford Mustang.