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Topic - Ann Wojas
State police say two people were critically injured in the massive pileup on northwestern Indiana's Interstate 94 in which three people were killed.
State police say a driver fired several shots at a woman's car on Interstate 80/94 in northwestern Indiana in the second apparent road-rage shooting on the highway within a week.
"Staying off the interstate entirely is the safest option. Use alternate routes," Wojas said.
A 15-mile stretch of Interstate 65 in White County and Interstates 80/94 in Lake County had numerous slide-offs, spin-outs, jackknifed semitrailers and other crashes, Indiana State Police Sgt. Ann Wojas said Sunday.