At approximately 10:35 a.m. Monday, Warsaw Police and Fire personnel were called to a personal injury accident in the eastbound lane of U.S. 30 at Center Street.
Two vehicles were involved in the collision, including a black Jeep and a silver Town and Country minivan. According to a Warsaw Police accident report, Jordan Wadkins, 18, of Warsaw, ran a red light causing the crash.
Witness told Warsaw police that Wadkins drove through the intersection disregarding a red light and collided with the minivan driven by Michelle Howland, 42, of Fort Wayne. Inside the van were several passengers including Arianna Carroll, Destiny Bradley and Darnisha Bradley. They, and Howland, all complained of pain. Howland suffered contusions to her legs and Destiny Bradley sustained a possible lumbar fracture. Both were admitted to Kosciusko Community Hospital for treatment.
Police say two children and one adult in the van were not properly restrained. One of the adults was seated behind the driver with a child seated on her lap.
Wadkins was not hurt.
Officers estimated damages at up to $50,000.