Indiana News

10 Year Anniversary since Tornado near Indy 500

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WOWO): This year marks 10 years since a tornado touched down not far from the Indianapolis 500.


The F2 twister hit within 10 miles of the track and damaged a nursing home, elementary school and numerous homes on Indy’s southeast side. It also delayed the race for hours and forced track officials to shorten it. Fans took to the grandstands for shelter.


Meanwhile, forecasters predict that Indianapolis will see no such threat at this year’s Indy 500. Sunday will be sunny with temperatures in the 80’s.

Related posts

State reports record 2,880 new daily cases of COVID-19

Caleb Hatch

Campaign Focuses on Human Trafficking at Final Four

Dean Jackson

University Ends Greece Program Amid Turmoil

Kayla Blakeslee