After seeing the tangled mess of cars and trucks on Interstate 94 on Thursday, many are saying it’s a miracle more people didn’t die.
The Chicago man who was killed in a huge pileup on I-94 in northwest Indiana on Thursday was headed to his lake house in La Porte at the time of the crash, and his sister said it was only by chance his wife wasn’t in the car with him.
A Chicago man and a husband and wife from Grand Rapids, Mich. were killed in the horrific wreck. At least 30 motorists were injured.
The Indiana Department of Transportation has closed Interstate 94, both eastbound and westbound, between the Illinois state line and the U.S. 421 exit at Michigan City, and Interstate 65, both northbound and southbound, between U.S. 12/20 in Gary and mile marker 172 in Lafayette.
A moving gunfight between two speeding cars in Gary, Ind., ended without any injuries. But five people, including two women, were arrested and a Gary police squad car was damaged by bullets.
A three-vehicle crash sent a motorcyclist to the hospital Sunday afternoon on Interstate 94 near Porter, Ind.
Thirty-six passengers and the driver were on the bus when it crashed with a semi-trailer truck on westbound Interstate 94, between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, around 9:30 a.m. Chicago time.
At least 16 people were injured in a major accident Friday morning on the Tri-State Tollway near Great America in Gurnee.
Two people were killed and at least 17 others were hurt in shootings across the city since Friday afternoon, including two people shot when gunfire erupted near a passing ambulance — forcing paramedics to take cover and call for help.
Two brothers were airlifted to a hospital after their father lost control of his SUV and flipped it over on Interstate 94 near Portage, Ind., Tuesday afternoon.
A wrong-way driver triggered a crash that left two people dead in Northwest Indiana overnight, and when police came to notify the family of that driver, his wife and two young children were all dead.