Justice, a dog found wondering the streets in November in Shelby County, was taken in by the shelter. The animal had suffered severe chemical burns.
The road was partially snow-covered and slick at the time of both crashes, authorities said.
The dog had a pink 1-1/2-inch collar around its neck but no microchip or tags.
The plant will be on Shelby County Road 300 North just north of Shelbyville and south of I-74.
"People need to know public restrooms are common for people to use their opioids," the Shelby County mother said.
Lt. Michael Turner said in an email that there is no threat to the public.
Authorities in Shelby County responded to three accidents, one fatal, in short succession along the same stretch of eastbound Interstate 74 on Monday morning.
The aircraft was reported down about 6:25 p.m. between the unincorporated communities in northwestern Shelby County.
A semitractor-trailer driver died Wednesday afternoon in a crash on Interstate 74 southeast of the Shelby County seat, Indiana State Police said.
The city's Department of Public Works has started to fill a massive hole on a road that had gone untouched for two years.