Four people were hurt after a pile-up crash involving 10 passenger vehicles and a semi truck in Indiana on Sunday afternoon. 

The accident happened on August 7th on Interstate 69 near Anderson, Indiana. 

According to Fox 59 News, 10 cars were stopped on northbound I-69 between Rangeline Road and Markleville Road for a minor crash up ahead. An oncoming tractor trailer then failed to slow for the stopped traffic and struck multiple stopped cars, pushing them into a nearby median. 

11 vehicles total were involved in the wreck, including the semi truck hauling flammable liquids. Four people were hurt in the crash. Their conditions are not known. 

All southbound lanes of the interstate were reopened by 10 p.m. The northbound lanes reopened around midnight. No further information has been released. 

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