ANDERSON — A crash involving 10 vehicles and one semi caused multiple lane closures on Sunday afternoon on I-69 northbound near Anderson, according to Indiana State Police Sgt. Scott Keegan.
According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, the crash occurred between Markelville Road and Rangeline Road.
Keegan said 10 vehicles had stopped due to an incident further up the road when a semi failed to slow down in time and struck numerous vehicles.
Four people were injured and transported to hospitals, Keegan said. No fatalities were reported.
INDOT reported that all southbound lanes of I-69 have now opened.
No other information has been released.
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