Just before 8:45 a.m., an ambulance carrying a patient crashed into a school bus from Valpraiso Community Schools.
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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.
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.
As a tractor trailer driven by Gary Green was carrying an oversized load of I-beams that extended past the rear of the trailer turned into Mt. Saint Francis from westbound US 150 around 9:20 p.m.
Around 7:30 a.m. on Interstate 69 near exit 33 one person was involved in a rollover crash that left them seriously injured. They were flown via medical helicopter to recieve treatment. The circumstances surrounding the crash and the extent of their injuries have not yet been released.
A dump truck overturned on SR1 at Shay Street near Connersville, blocking the road and spilling gravel all over the area. Traffic in the area is advised to find a different route. The affected stretch of State Route 1 will be closed for an as of yet undetermined amount of time.
A driver had to be extricated from his pickup truck in Floyds Knobs, Indiana Sunday. The accident occurred early Sunday morning on Scottsville Road. The pickup was overturned and precariously hanging over a guardrail over a creek 15 feet below.
Police say one person was killed and another critically injured in a Columbus collision just after 1 a.m. on Saturday morning. The crash happened on I-65 when a Chrysler sedan exited the roadway and crashed into a tree. The driver, Derek J.
Michael A. Shelton, 47, and Kelly C. Shelton, 44, were killed when the pickup they were traveling in on Indiana 8 collided head-on with a school bus. The pickup crossed into oncoming traffic for an unknown reason.
One person died and three injured in a head-on collision on the University Parkway late Saturday night around 10:35 p.m. between Middle Mt. Vernon Road and Hogue Road.
Adam Schutte was driving a 2004 Dodge Durango on eastbound Interstate 70 when he fell asleep at the wheel and the van left the road.
A bus carrying the men's and women's bowling teams of Indiana Tech was driving on Interstate 65 when the vehicle swerved to the right and overturned. There were 16 bowling team members onboard, as well as the bus driver, the team's coach and his wife.
Joshua Reed was traveling on southbound U.S. 31 when he crossed the centerline and hit a pickup truck before continuing south in the northbound lane and hitting a semi-truck head-on.
Interstate 65 was closed for over 15 hours after two fatal crashes slowed traffic. The identities of those killed have not been released, but we do know that one person was killed in a crash involving one semi.
Logan approached a train crossing on County Line Road at about 7:45am, but for an unknown reason drove onto the tracks right into the path of a coming train, which struck her pickup truck and pushed it 40 feet down the tracks, killing her in the process.
A jeep crashed into the offices of Orthopedic & Balance Therapy Specialists, trapping a woman beneath the vehicle for around an hour. Emergency crews had to extricate her before she could be flown to a hospital in Chicago for treatment.
A pedestrian was killed after she was struck by a car Sunday evening at Leesburg and Flaugh Roads. Odie Mae Hengst, 69, was transported to the hospital in critical condition, but was later pronounced deceased.
Lisa Walton was driving west on SR 66 when her vehicle went off the right side of the road and she overcorrected, causing the vehicle to skid sideways and hit several trees. Walton was ejected during the accident and found around 50 feet from the vehicle.
Samantha Facemyer, along with a passenger was heading south on State Road 43 on Tuesday evening when her car collided with Charles Notary's car which was heading east on 800 North.
The southbound Interstate 65 exit ramp to Indiana Highway 19 in Lafayette was shut down Thursday after a tanker truck accidentally dumped between 300 and 400 gallons of raw sewage onto the roadway. Reports indicate that the waste was 6 to 8 inches deep in some places on the ramp.
Austin W. Porter, 19, Jeffersonville, was driving east on Interstate 265 near mile marker 7 at about 3:15 p.m. Sunday when the vehicle lost control, rolled as many as three times, and landed 100 feet from the roadway. Porter and his front-seat passenger, Taylor N.