Two sustain minor injuries following an early morning collision on Indianapolis northwest side

Indianapolis, Indiana – Two individuals narrowly avoided severe injuries after a vehicular collision occurred early in the morning on the northwest side, according to local law enforcement.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department reported that they were alerted to an incident at the intersection of W. 38th Street and Georgetown Road, involving two vehicles.

Reports indicate that a Kia was stationed at the crossroads when it was sideswiped by a minivan. The situation was initially perceived as a hit-and-run, owing to the lack of immediate recognition that the minivan had breached a guardrail and descended into a nearby ravine. The driver of the minivan subsequently emerged and made contact with the investigative team.

Authorities confirmed that both motorists sustained only minor injuries, crediting their use of seatbelts. The circumstances surrounding the collision are currently being investigated.

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