Accidents

37-year-old man seriously injured after car goes off road and hits 2 trees


Man killed in Marshall County crash


Woman killed by car in Elkhart County


Man killed in Elkhart County crash


Police investigate Fulton Co. crash that killed Winamac woman


Dump trailer crashes into Indiana overpass


Minivan pulled from ditch


Man killed in St. Joseph Co. ATV crash identified


St. Joseph FACT investigating crash on State Road 23


3 hurt in single-vehicle rollover crash in Cass County


1 dead after SUV hits disabled semi on I-94 in La Porte County


UPDATE: Man dies after St. Joseph Co. ATV crash


One person taken to hospital after crash on Main Street in Mishawaka


Driver hospitalized after crash at State Road 23, Douglas


Police ask drivers to avoid slick Bypass


UPDATE: 1 hospitalized with serious injuries after crash leads to Osceola power outage


Car crashes into South Bend building; no one hurt


Car crashes outside Granger restaurant


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