INDIANAPOLIS - One person was sent to the hospital Friday morning after a car, van and SUV collided at the intersection of Shadeland Avenue and Pendleton Pike.
The driver of the SUV was taken to IU Methodist Hospital to be treated for lacerations, but he was stable, police said.
Southbound traffic on Shadeland was blocked as crews worked to clean up the crash site.
Workers from Indianapolis Power and Light were on scene to repair a pole that was broken in the collision.
There was one male driver in each vehicle, and the driver of the van and the car were not injured.
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