Law enforcement agencies are investigating a crash that shut down a portion of Highway 41 in Gibson County Thursday evening, near Princeton.
According to the Gibson County Sheriff's Office, crews responded to a crash involving multiple vehicles including a semi that burst into flames.
At one point, all four lanes of U.S. Highway 41 were closed north of the Toyota Indiana plant in Princeton.
Sheriff's deputies said the fiery crash happened near the storage units on 150 South. A traffic light was also knocked out of commission during the crash.
According to officials on scene, cars were stopped at a red light at the intersection, when the semi slammed into several cars before hitting a traffic light pole causing damage.
Up to 6 cars were involved in the crash, most of them badly damaged and towed away from the scene.
INDOT Southwest reported no fatalities.
44 News spoke with one witness who said they consider the intersection dangerous and often see drivers run the red light.
Crews were on scene for several hours investigating and clearing the wreckage, including putting up 2 temporary stop signs to replace the traffic lights at the intersection.