By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

GARY, Ind. (CBS)– A serious crash on I-80/94 and  left at least two people injured and an overhead sign damaged near Cline Avenue in Gary, Indiana.

It happened just after 9:00 p.m. Sunday. Indiana State Police responded to a crash on I-80/94 eastbound at the 4.5 mile-marker, west of the Cline Avenue exit ramp.

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According to authorities, a preliminary investigation showed an unknown black SUV was driving recklessly and may have hit a gold 2007 Chevrolet Suburban.

(Credit: Indiana State Police)

That vehicle then ran off the right side of the road, hitting a guard rail, rolled over, and struck a signpost overhead. The sign fell, blocking the right three lanes.

That sign partially fell onto another vehicle, a black 2006 Cadillac SRX. No reported injuries coming from that vehicle. But the Chevrolet Suburban ended up in a ditch.

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The driver, Devon Cross, from Chicago and his son had to be extricated from the vehicle by the Hammond Fire Department. The driver was flown to the University of Chicago Hospital. His son was taken to Northlake Hospital in Gary with minor injuries, according to Indiana State Police.

(Credit: Indiana State Police)

The black unknown SUV that seen in the area did not stop.

Anyone with information on the black SUV is asked to contact trooper Davidson at 219-696-6242.  The investigation is ongoing.

Lanes were closed as the scene is cleared. Lanes are now back open.

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CBS 2 Chicago Staff