One man was killed in a crash on Indianapolis' northwest side Monday morning.
INDIANAPOLIS -- One man was killed in a crash on Indianapolis' northwest side Monday morning.
The crash happened around 5:30 a.m., near the intersection of 46th Street and Moller Road.
Police say the man who was killed was driving drunk. There were two other men in the car -- both were taken to Eskenazki Health with non-life-threatening injuries.
#IMPDNOW: Accident at 46th/Moller Rd. 1 driver (fatality victim) is being investigated for suspicion of #DUI.— IMPD (@IMPD_News) January 18, 2016
#IMPDNOW: Accident at 46th/Moller Rd. 1 driver (fatality victim) is being investigated for suspicion of #DUI.
Authorities say that vehicle was traveling eastbound too fast, crossed the center line and hit an oncoming car.
Police say the driver in the other vehicle -- later identified as Anderson Hernandez-Garcia -- had minor injuries, and was in good condition.
Traffic was shut down on 46th Street between Moller Road and Lafayette Road, but reopened around 8:30 a.m.
Download the new and improved RTV6 app to get the latest news on the go and receive alerts to your phone
Sign up to have the latest news headlines delivered straight to your email inbox
A popular north side restaurant opened back up for business Tuesday after temporarily closing earlier this year.
A daycare employee who faced charges over the death of a 10-month-old child at a daycare in Speedway was found guilty Tuesday night.
A new proposal could allow people to carry loaded guns in public without a license in Indiana.
Beautiful stretch of cooler, less humid and dry days starts Wednesday!
A Westfield gym that serves children with special needs plans to close for good this weekend.