Bizarre three-car crash on west side ends with arrest

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A three-car crash on the city’s west side ended with a strange turn of events according to IMPD officers investigating the incident.

The accident, which occurred just after 5 a.m., involved two vehicles and one that was being towed.

According to police, the vehicles were traveling southbound on High School Road just south of 34th Street, when two of the vehicles involved were struck from behind by another vehicle. Police learned that the first vehicle was pulling the second vehicle when the driver moved the second car slightly out of the travel lane. The third vehicle trailing them then struck the second car.

Upon further investigation, police learned that all three drivers had no valid licenses. The operator of the second vehicle was wanted on undisclosed outstanding warrants. That person was placed under arrest at the scene and taken to the Marion County Jail.

Three people, including a child, were transported to an area hospital with undisclosed injuries although officers at the scene said the injuries weren’t life threatening.

The incident remains under investigation.

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