LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A driver was extricated from a minivan after a two-vehicle crash in Lafayette Monday night.
Police said the van was headed south on Creasy Lane and hit a car stopped at the McCarty Lane intersection around 10 p.m.
Officers said the driver of the van was unconscious when they arrived on the scene and had to be extricated. The driver was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. The driver of the car was not injured.
Part of the intersection was closed while crews cleared the scene.
The names of the people involved have not yet been released.
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