Two people were killed Tuesday in separate crashes, one in Adams County and another in Huntington County.
The first crash occurred about 2:50 p.m. near downtown Decatur.
Beverly Case, 73, of Decatur, was walking south across Monroe Street at Fifth Street when she was hit by a car turning east onto Monroe, Decatur Police Chief Ken Ketzler said.
Ketzler said the driver, who had a green light, looked before she turned but did not see Case in the crosswalk.
There was really no speed involved at all with it, he said. But it was enough to do the damage.
Case was taken by ambulance to Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne and died that night, Ketzler said. The driver was identified as Rejena Bluhm, 47, of Decatur.
The second crash occurred about 5 p.m. at U.S. 24 and Meridian Road northeast of Huntington.
A combine was headed north on Meridian Road when it pulled into the path of a car going west on U.S. 24, the Huntington County Sheriffs Department said.
The combine dragged the car across the westbound lane, and the vehicles came to rest north of the intersection, the sheriffs department said.
The driver of the car, Jeffery DeHaven, 57, of Warren, died from his injuries, according to the Huntington County Coroners Office.
The combine driver, William Reed, 83, of Huntington, was not hurt, the sheriffs department said.
Both crashes remain under investigation.