Accidents

Driver killed after losing control of vehicle on road


I-94 near Watervliet back open after ambulance rolls over


Report: Truck driver obstructed by clothing before fatal school bus crash


Airborne wheel strikes truck, kills Kentucky woman on I-65


U.S. 12 reopen after single car accident; driver airlifted to hospital with severe leg injuries


3 pedestrian kids suffer minor injuries in Niles crash


Alcohol suspected to be factor in head-on Berrien Co. crash


2 hospitalized after man backs out of garage and hits car, pedestrian


Coloma man hit, killed trying to cross I-94 in Berrien Co.


Faulty wiring causes South Shore train to draw flames


1 injured in Cass County crash on US 12


Pierceton man airlifted for treatment after Kosciusko Co. ATV crash


6 killed after fiery crash, fuel spill on Florida highway


ISP: Piece of candy causes semi driver to choke, crash on I-65


Michigan woman sustains injuries in hit-and-run crash


Black ice causes crashes, traffic chaos in Mishawaka


Florida toddler injured after crashing motorcycle into fence


3-year-old hit by car on South Bend's northwest side


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