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.
An accident occured just before 4 a.m. Saturday at 500 S. and 100 W. at the entrance to Fiddler's Green neighborhood in Pendleton. Investigators state a van with four teens inside ran a stop sign and hit the deputy's car. Madison County Lt.
Kathryn Day Culley was flying in her Zenith 701 amateur built airplane near Mt. Vernon when she hit a powerline. The plane caught fire and crashed, and the pilot died. An investigation about the crash is ongoing.
A semi truck crashed on Interstate 70 early Friday morning in Wayne County, Indiana, causing part of it to shut down. The accident occured around 4:30 a.m. on October 24 when the semi truck crashed into the cable barrier and blocked both eastbound lanes.
Leslie Anna Gentry was driving southbound on State Road 7 when her car began drifting left of center for an unknown reason, causing it to collide with the grain truck. Her car then struck the truck's rear wheels, dislodging the truck's axle. The truck driver, Leonard R.
Police said a Columbus man was found dead in his truck after driving into a fence on State Road 11 in Jackson County on Tuesday. Delbert Kinsey, 65, was headed northbound on SR 11, just east of I-65, when his truck hit a fence and a sign on the south side of the road.
One person has died in a crash on I-65 southbound at State Road 11 north of Seymour in Jackson County. The accident involved a motorcyclist, James McHugh Jr., 58 of Prospect Heights, Illinois who died after hitting a tractor-trailer operated by Richard E. Gavin, 52 of Gainesville, Fla.
One person is dead after an accident involving two motorcycles and a jeep around 5:45 p.m. Saturday in Hendricks County. Two motorcycles were driving west on County Road 1000 S. just east of SR 39 near the State Road 39 and I-70 interchange.
Indiana State Police are on the scene of a fatal tractor accident in Spencer County northeast of Santa Claus. ISP say 60-year-old Charles W. Kuntz of Ferdinand was on County Road 1700 N. heading west when his tractor locked up due to unknown reason.