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GRANT COUNTY, Ind. - Slick, partially flooded roads played a part in a crash that overturned an Indiana sheriff's office vehicle Friday morning.
The Grant County Sheriff's Office said a Madison County Sheriff's Office vehicle crashed on Interstate 69 in Grant County near the exit for State Road 18 (exit 264).
The area in red in the map below highlights where the crash occurred. That area was under travel restrictions for flood waters.
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The vehicle landed upside-down when it crashed. Officials said no one was seriously injured and it's believed the slick roads led to the crash.
The driver was later identified as 45-year-old Capt. Robert Olesky, an 18-year veteran with the MCSO. Authorities said Olesky suffered some bumps and cuts but refused treatment at the scene.
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