Sunday, September 18th, 2016 at
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Troopers Find Live Alligator on I-465 in Indianapolis
Indianapolis – Shortly before 2:30 this afternoon, troopers were dispatched to I-465 southbound near the 48 mile marker on reports of a live alligator on the shoulder. Upon arrival, a nearly two foot alligator was located, alive but injured. Troopers immediately contacted animal control personnel and made efforts to prevent the alligator from running into traffic. At one point a trooper actually picked up the animal to keep it from entering the traffic lanes of I-465.
Sadly, shortly before animal control arrived on the scene, the alligator died. There were visible injuries consistent with falling, or being thrown from a moving vehicle. Troopers believe this could be a case of someone improperly disposing of, or releasing a domesticated reptile. Anyone with information about who may have owned this alligator is asked to call the Indiana State Police at 317-899-8577. The Department of Natural Resources was consulted for the proper disposal of the reptile.
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 at
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Tuesday, August 30th, 2016 at
LAFAYETTE- Construction crews will perform 20-minute closures of Ind. 26 beginning Tuesday, the Indiana Department of Transportation announced. Motorists should expect the closures between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Traffic will be allowed to clear between each stoppage. Work is expected to continue for three nights. The stoppages will allow crews to set beams on the I-65 bridge above Ind. 26.
The I-65 project will add an additional lane to the northbound and southbound sides. The new lanes will go from a halfmile south of Ind. 38 to about a mile north of Ind. 25.
INDOT recommended drivers on I-65 take the Ind. 38 exit or the Ind. 25 exit if they want to avoid the closures.