Two Pileup Crashes Shut Down Indiana Interstate

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016 Auto Liability

"The trucks just kept coming." That’s how one motorist described the more than 40-vehicle pileup on WB I-74 near the Indiana-Ohio state line Tuesday morning. According to the Indiana State Highway Patrol, the crash began with one jackknifed semi-truck and quickly escalated due to a snow squall around 11 a.m. The massive wreckage resembled a junkyard and shut down I-74 in both directions until nightfall, but the ISP said there were no life-threatening injuries. Six people were transported to hospitals.

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