Indiana State Police try to stop secondary crashes

Indiana State Police are placing more troopers on roadways to prevent secondary crashes from slowed or stopped traffic.  Secondary crashes occur when cars approaching slowed or stopped traffic can’t stop in time.  Troopers will head to the back of the line and turn on flashing lights to signal oncoming drivers to slow down approaching the troubled traffic.

Report from Network Indiana

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