INDIANAPOLIS - Police said a wrong-way driver who crashed into another vehicle early Saturday may have been intoxicated.
The crash was reported just before 3 a.m. when a driver was headed north in the southbound lanes of Binford Boulevard near 62nd Street.
The wrong-way driver was reportedly intoxicated, police at the scene said.
Both drivers were hospitalized; the wrong-way driver was in serious condition and the other driver was in critical condition.
The southbound lanes of Binford Blvd. were shut down for about three hours before reopening around 6:30 a.m.
The drivers' names were not immediately released.
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