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December 26, 2012

Indiana trooper's car struck 3 times on I-465

Indianapolis — State police say a trooper's squad car was struck three times after he stopped at a crash on Interstate 465 on the north side of Indianapolis during the snowstorm.

Sgt. Rich Myers says no one was hurt in any of those crashes Wednesday.

The weather service says about 7 inches of snow had fallen in Indianapolis by early afternoon. Up to a foot of snow was reported in parts of southern Indiana.

Myers says entrance and exit ramps on the interstates around Indianapolis were extremely slick and hazardous and some were impassable because of stuck vehicles.

 

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