Man dies in crash on Indianapolis highwayMay 18, 2020
By The Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS — A man died Friday night after crashing his car into another vehicle on the shoulder of an Indianapolis highway, Indiana State Police said.
In a statement released Saturday, the Indiana State Police said a pick-up truck pulling a camper broke down on the left shoulder of Interstate 465 on Friday evening. A wrecking service was hooking up to the disabled truck when a car left the road and hit the truck.
Authorities say the car then spun back into the road and struck two other vehicles.
Emergency crews arrived at 7:39 p.m. but the male driver of the car that struck the pick-up truck died at the scene. No information has been released about the man who died.
It took about three hours to clear and re-open the interstate's eastbound lanes on Friday.
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