INDIANAPOLIS -- Four people were hospitalized after a crash involving two semis and two trucks on I-465 Monday evening.
Emergency crews were called to the scene on southbound I-465 near Rockville Road around 9 p.m. for a crash involving multiple semis and a pickup truck.
Police on the scene say two semis, a box truck and a pickup were involved in the crash. Four people were taken to the hospital, three of them remain in critical condition.
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Emergency crews on scene of a serious crash involving three semis and a pick-up.
All lanes blocked SB I-465 at Rockville Road
— Sgt. John Perrine (@ISPIndianapolis) November 20, 2018
Indiana State Police believe the crash was caused when a semi trailer became disabled in the center lane of the highway. A box truck then ran into the back of the trailer and spun into oncoming traffic where it was struck by another semi and a truck.
8:38 PM- 4 vehicle pile up on 465 S at Rockville Rd sends 3 critical & 1 slight to area hospitals. @Waynetwpfire extricates 1 male driver from ejected cab of semi in 15 min. @PikeTwpFire @IndianapolisEMS transport. Small oil/diesel spill mitigated. @IndStatePolice investigating pic.twitter.com/HExGhds54J
— IFD NEWS (@IFD_NEWS) November 20, 2018
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