A fuel tanker rollover caused I-65 to be closed in both directions Thursday near the Lafayette exit.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A fuel tanker rollover caused I-65 to be closed in both directions for more than seven hours Thursday near the Lafayette exit.
Police said a fuel truck loaded with Heptane, a highly flammable fuel, rolled over near the intersection of State Road 43 and I-65 in Tippecanoe County on Thursday morning.
Both northbound and southbound lanes were closed for more than seven hours. Northbound lanes opened at 2 p.m. and southbound lanes opened at 2:45 p.m.
The driver of the tanker was not injured. No citations were issued but the investigation was ongoing.
Police said a car backfiring or a lit cigarette butt tossed from a vehicle could have caused the liquid to ignite.
An emergency radio broadcast on WZZY 98.3FM in Randolph County reported a zombie attack and disease outbreak in Indiana, but the…
After sell-out crowds in Indianapolis, the Return of the Mac Festival is coming to Bloomington.
Before walking into Downtown Olly's bar Sunday night, Indiana State Police say Brandon Savage called them, saying he was "getting…
A Vietnam veteran who had two wheelchairs stolen earlier this month now has a new wheelchair thanks to a group of veterans dedicated to…
Much cooler, cloudy and windy today.