According to police, Darren Sizemore was northbound on Interstate 65 when he lost control going around a curve Sunday. His vehicle departed the highway, hit a light pole, and then continued up an embankment before overturning. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Officials say 16-year-old Kearstin Parker died when her car flipped just before 3 p.m. Thursday on Aster Road, north of Tell City in Perry County, Indiana. Parker was a student at Perry Central.
A person was struck by a car in the 2000 block of Koring Road at about 3:15 p.m. Tuesday. They were taken to Deaconess Hospital in unknown condition. Koring road is shut down in the area surrounding the crash while authorities investigate.
One vehicle was on fire when authorities arrived at the crash site in the 1200 block of County Road 450 east. Dylan B. Kettler, 22, was taken to Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis. Arie W. Lackey, 24, was pronounced deceased at the crash site.
Gerald “Jerry” C. Webb, 61, died in an Elkhart motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon, April 18. He was a 37-year veteran of the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department.
Cheri A. Mankiller, of Crothersville, was found deceased in a Chervolet Malibu after the vehicle crashed down an embankment and hit a tree off of U.S. 31 on Friday around 5 p.m. Mankiller had been traveling south on U.S. 31 when the crash happened.
Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies were called to the 8200 block of West County Road 600 South around 5:30 Friday night after reports of a lawnmower accident. Officers arrived and found the victim, 17-year-old Kurt M. Miller, underneath a lawnmower.
A man walking along train tracks near North Franklin Road and East 46th Street was hit and killed around 6 p.m. Friday evening. According to police, the conductor warned the man with the whistle but the man did not appear to have heard or noticed the train approaching.
At around 5:30 a.m., 41-year-old Michael Oakman allegedly struck a utility pole in front of Francisco Elementary School. Police say he was intoxicated at the time, as well as under the influence of a controlled substance.
Shortly before 11:40pm, Heise was heading south on State Road 49, and entered the northbound lane in an attempt to pass cars that were in front of him. Unfortunately, Heise was unable to pass them and return to the lane before he collided with a northbound vehicle driven by Schneider.
Dar Wee, a 6-year-old student at Nora Elementary School, reportedly darted into the street near the intersection of College Avenue and 91st Street and was struck by a car. He was rushed to Riley Hospital for Children, where he died two days later.
Shortly before 6:00pm, 14-year-old Pierce Resler was walking with three other people on State Road 13 when he for some reason stepped into the roadway, and into the path of a vehicle driven by Zachary Moran, 19.
Emily Meyers, 24, was killed after stepping in front of a dump truck on I-465 westbound. Traffic was slowed in the area for almost 3 hours while crews investigated. The accident took place around 10 a.m. near mile marker 32.6.
According to police, Christopher Riddle, 30, was likely driving under the influence and speeding on Borden Road at about 8:40pm, when his truck began to slip and drift off of the right side of the road.
Gerry Jones, 18, died Friday morning at an Indianapolis hospital from injuries he sustained in the fatal crash Tuesday night. The car’s driver, 18-year-old Andrea Miller, was pronounced deceased at the crash site in Terre Haute. Eighteen-year-old Garrett Smith was injured
Anthony Dager was driving on Ind. 1 at around 4:45 a.m. when he struck another vehicle, killing the three occupants inside. Dager was allegedly drunk, driving erratically, and using a cellphone at the time of the crash.
Glenn Foy, an antique plane enthusiast, was found dead in the wreckage of his YAK-52 10 days after he went missing. Foy did not return from a flight in the aircraft that left on April 3. The plane was nearly buried on impact.
Tyler Reeves, Crawfordsville High School student died in a car crash on County Road 150 in Crawfordsville, Indiana. According to Investigators, Reeves was driving east on CR 150 when his car left the road and flipped multiple times. Reeves was brought to Franciscan St.
Traffic on the north side of U.S. 31 was backed up after an SUV and a school bus collided. At least one person in the SUV was hurt in the crash, but their condition has not been released. Delays are expected for another few hours while crews clean up the scene.
Just before 8:45 a.m., an ambulance carrying a patient crashed into a school bus from Valpraiso Community Schools.
One person has been injured after a coal truck rolled over on Saturday afternoon. The driver of the coal truck is suffering from severe injuries. the road is still shut down due to the clean up of all the coal. We will update this story as more information becomes available.
Authorities are asking the public’s help in finding a suspect in a hit-and-run pedestrian collision Thursday morning. The victim, who is hearing and vision impaired, was hit by a red SUV heading northbound on Bolton Avenue.
A woman was heading to work when she lost control of her car, bounced off two guardrails, and overturned in a lake. She was found dead at the scene. Initial reports said that two children were in the car, but both children were found to be safe at daycare.
Several people sustained minor injuries after an IndyGo bus collided with a van. The driver of the van ran a red light and caused the crash, leading the bus to veer off the road and strike both a tree and a stoplight pole. Fourteen patients were taken to a local hospital.
Around 4 p.m. officers in Fort Wayne responded to a crash involving a vehicle and a truck that was hauling pigs. The pigs somehow managed to escape from the truck, forcing the road to be closed for several hours while authorities rounded up the animals.