CARMEL, Ind. - One person was killed and another person was injured after a car went into a building in Carmel on Wednesday afternoon.
Police responded to the scene near 106th and Pennsylvania streets just before 2 p.m, officials with the Carmel Police Department said.
The driver of a Ford Expedition apparently lost control of the vehicle and went into a brick office building on the southwest corner of the intersection, police said.
The driver died of his injuries at the scene, police said. He was identified as William J. Camblor, 68, of Carmel. A female passenger was taken to St. Vincent Hospital in critical condition. She was identified ast Sandra L. Grochow, 63, of Carmel.
Fayette Co. asks state to allow needle exchange
Fayette County has asked the state for permission to begin a needle exchange program to help with an outbreak of Hepatitis C.
Driver in fatal bus crash had suspended license
A 6-year-old boy was killed and several others were injured in a church bus crash on Interstate 70 on Tuesday afternoon.
INDOT changing work zone penalty signs statewide
Weeks after Call 6 Investigates raised questions about penalties for highway work zone crashes, the Indiana Department of…
State agency: IPL priorities 'misplaced'
A state agency wants Indianapolis Power and Light's proposed rate increase "dramatically" reduced, saying the company suffers…
CALL 6: Floorboard rust problem irks drivers
Call 6 Investigates has uncovered a problem that could be lurking right under your feet, and some car owners are demanding action.