VINCENNES, Ind. (WTHI) - One person remains hospitalized, and a Wabash Valley university building remains temporarily closed, after a vehicle slammed through two walls.
A little after 8:00 a.m. Indiana State Police responded to a call of the crash in Vincennes, Indiana.
The initial investigation revealed a man was driving a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) near Chestnut St. and Indianapolis Ave. when, for unknown reasons, he lost control of the vehicle and left the roadway on the left-hand side.
The SUV struck a utility pole and continued traveling about a quarter of a mile, and finally stopped after the vehicle struck the side of the Vincennes University Technology Building.
The vehicle went through two walls coming to rest under a stairwell.
The driver was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital.
A student in a classroom was treated and released from the hospital.
The condition both the driver is unknown at this time.
According to Vincennes University, The accident caused a power outage at multiple campus buildings, causing administrators to cancel classes until Noon when classes will resume a regular schedule.
News 10's Mike Grant will bring us the latest details on News 10 on MyFOX10 at 5:00 p.m.
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