• Not a lot of snow, a whole lot of problems

    February 14, 2012 No comments

    As drivers took to the roads this morning, they encountered wet roads from snow that began overnight and continued during the morning.

    The weather was being blamed for at least one crash, and other car accidents prompted road delays and closures throughout Central Indiana.

    One person was killed in a crash along Interstate 70 in Hendricks County as snow fell in the area on Tuesday morning.

    Indiana State Police say a tractor-trailer and at least one more vehicle were involved in that crash, which has closed the eastbound lanes at mile marker 58. State Police have not indicated when the Interstate may reopen due to extensive clean up at the scene.

    The crash happened before 8 a.m. as the last band of snow moved out of the area.

    A box truck struck a car on State Road 267 near County Road 1000 North in Hendricks County also around 8 a.m. Brownsburg Fire officials say weather was a factor, as the car spun out of control before the truck hit it. One woman was slightly hurt, but was walking around the crash scene.

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