DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) - Indiana State Police in Pendleton say an apparent prank caused a rollover crash on Interstate 69 in Delaware County.
The crash caused some backup Monday morning and sent four people to the hospital.
The crash happened in the southbound lanes of I-69 near the 235 mile marker.
Four people were transported to IU Health's Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie with what are believed to be non life-threatening injuries, according to a release.
According to a release, the driver of a Ford Explorer lost control of the vehicle. Preliminary investigation reveals the front seat passenger grabbed the steering wheel in an apparent attempt to scare the driver. The driver then overcorrected, causing the car to strike the cable barrier in the median.
Officers say the left lane was blocked and traffic was diverted into the right lane by the crash scene.
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