INDIANAPOLIS — A woman died in a crash early Thursday on the city's northeast side, police say.
It happened in or near the 6200 block of North Shadeland Avenue, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
That's near where Shadeland Avenue intersects with Fall Creek Road east of U.S. 32.
Police have not provided additional information.
The Marion County Coroner's Officer identified the woman as 36-year-old Bonnie Elam.
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