February 3rd, 2009 at 2:52 pm by Jason Crundwell under Uncategorized
Southbound I-69 traffic needs exit prior to the 45 mile-marker in Delaware County (S.R. 28 Gaston, Indiana exit).
We are allowing NO traffic southbound I-69 from the 45 mile-marker (S.R. 28), 41 mile-marker (S.R. 332) and 34 mile-marker (S.R. 32/67) in Delaware County due to multiple vehicle crashes in Madison and Hamilton Counties (Indiana State Police Pendleton District). Northbound traffic from these locations is NOT affected.
February 3rd, 2009 at 1:04 pm by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
Troopers in the Connersville District are currently working a series of crashes and slide offs on I-70 in Henry County from the 115 mile marker to the 129 mile marker including a four vehicle crash between the 125 and 126 mile marker which involves no injuries. Eastbound I-70 is shut down at this location due to a semi partially blocking the roadway.
Motorists should find an alternate route due to heavy snow and ice and low visibility on I-70 through Henry County. Motorists may exit at the Knightstown SR 109 exit and go south to US 40 or exit at SR 3 at the 123 mile marker and go south to US 40. The Semi will have to be removed to reopen I-70 east bound. I will send out another bulletin as soon as the roadway is reopened.
February 3rd, 2009 at 12:10 pm by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
The Connersville District continues to receive heavy snowfall. Troopers are working on numerous slide offs on I-70 between the 115 mile marker, (Knightstown Exit) and the 125 mile marker just east of the New Castle exit(123 mile marker.) Due to the heavy snowfall, and near whiteout conditions at times, troopers are transporting drivers to safety and leaving their vehicles in the median until they can be towed out safely.
Secondary roads throughout the six county district remain snow covered slick and hazardous.
February 3rd, 2009 at 11:08 am by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
At least two people are dead according to the Indiana State Police after a multi-vehicle pileup on Interstate 69 near mile marker 8. That is just south of the SR 238 exit near the Verizon Wireless Music Center.
According to Ron Lipps of the Fishers Fire Department, at least 15 vehicles were involved in the accident, including a Fishers Fire Truck. Several people had to be extracted from their vehicles. It is not yet known how many more were injured.
February 3rd, 2009 at 10:32 am by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
We have received a steady snowfall since early this morning. Current road conditions within the Seymour District of the Indiana State Police, which includes Jackson, Jennings, and Bartholomew Counties, are as follows:
- I-65, U.S. 50 and State Highways and Secondary roads (county roads) are all snow covered and slick. Visibility has become an issue for short periods of time.
- Troopers have been busy most of the morning investigating crashes and slide-offs up and down I-65 from the 80 mile marker in Bartholomew County to the 36 mile marker in Jackson County. Troopers are assisting wreckers and motorist in removing their vehicles that have become stuck in the median or on embankments. Motorists are cautioned that there may be lane restrictions at various locations, and should be prepared for sudden speed reductions or stops. As soon as one car is getting pulled out troopers are being sent to another location to investigate another vehicle off the road.
February 3rd, 2009 at 10:22 am by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
ISP is reporting that Interstate 70 westbound is closed at SR 9. Traffic is being detoured to U.S. 40.
February 3rd, 2009 at 10:17 am by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
A multi-vechicle accident has closed I-69 near mile marker 8. Not many details are yet available, but the highway is closed.
Stay with WISHTV.com for the latest on this breaking story.
January 28th, 2009 at 3:37 pm by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
Current road conditions within the Sellersburg District of the Indiana State Police, which includes, Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington Counties, are as follows:
- I-65 from 1 to 16 mile marker, both lanes have been cleared of snow but the road is still wet and slick in some spots.
- I-65 from 16 to 36 mile marker, right lane wet and slushy, left lane is snow covered and slick.
- I-64 in Floyd County, both lanes are wet and slushy with slick spots.
- I-64 in Harrison County, right lane wet and slushy, left lane is snow covered and slick.
- State and U.S. Highways in Clark and Floyd Counties are wet with a few slick spots.
- State and U.S. Highways in Harrison, Scott, and Washington Counties are snow covered with slick spots.
- Secondary roads, (county roads), in Clark and Floyd Counties are mostly wet and slushy with some roads in the northern parts of the counties still snow covered with slick spots.
- Secondary roads, (county roads), in Harrison, Scott, and Washington Counties are snow covered with slick spots.
Conditions on the roadways have improved dramatically over the last two hours with road closures coming only due to fallen trees.
January 28th, 2009 at 3:32 pm by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
There continues to be situations with respect to current weather and road conditions. Within the Bloomington District of the Indiana State Police the road conditions are as follows:
- State and U.S. highways are still snow/slush covered and slick.
- Secondary roads (county roads) are snow covered and slick, with deep snow in places.
Even though the snow has quit falling, people are encouraged to stay off the roadways unless it is an emergency. City, state and county highway crews will need time to get the roadways clear. The fewer vehicles that are on the roadways, the quicker they can get that accomplished.
January 28th, 2009 at 3:31 pm by Jason Crundwell under Breaking News
Current road conditions within the Indianapolis District of the Indiana State Police, which includes Marion, Johnson, Shelby and Boone Counties, are as follows:
- Interstates within District still have patchy snow and slick spots.
- State and U.S. highways are snow covered and slick.
- Secondary roads (county roads) are snow covered (deep snow), slick and extremely hazardous.
Interstates throughout the metropolitan area have greatly improved; however, some lanes are still snow covered with icy patches.
State and U.S. highways are experiencing slow moving traffic. We expect the current road conditions to continue and remain consistent throughout the evening commute.