Following several hours of investigation, the Indiana State Police have released additional information about the fatal accident involving an Eastern Pulaski Community School bus that occurred on U.S. 31 Wednesday morning. The collision reportedly claimed the life of a teenage boy.
At the time of the crash, the bus was occupied by 38 eighth grade students and three chaperones that were on the way to see a Christmas musical in Warsaw. Continue reading →
A single-vehicle crash in Marshall County Tuesday afternoon claimed the life of a Knox man. It happened on State Road 17 near the intersection of 10B road south of Plymouth. Manis Stacy, Jr., 57, had just left work and was southbound on 17 when a piece of metal from a northbound trailer came loose and crashed through the windshield of his truck, according to Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger. Stacy drove off the road into a field and hit a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers from the Marshall County Police Department and Plymouth Fire and EMS responded. Starke County Sheriff Oscar Cowen notified Stacy’s family.
Four people were injured in a three-vehicle crash on Michigan Road in Marshall County on Sunday.
Angela Harding of Plymouth was driving north on Michigan Road near 4th Road and struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Ryan Swihart, also of Plymouth. That caused Swihart’s vehicle to travel into the path of Jeorge Humphrey of Hamlet. Humphrey hit the passenger side of Swihart’s car. Swihart had to extricated from the vehicle.
Four people were transported to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries and one was treated at the scene.
Officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene along with Lapaz EMS, the Lapaz Fire Department and Plymouth EMS.
A Plymouth man riding a motorcycle at high speeds was injured in a crash in Marshall County early Wednesday morning.
A Marshall County Sheriff’s deputy saw a motorcycle traveling at a high rate of speed on Lincoln Highway west of Rose Road. The officer attempted to catch up to the driver as he continued at a high rate of speed.