Indiana Code Title 9. Motor Vehicles § 9-26-1-1.2

Sec. 1.2 . (a) If, after an operator of a motor vehicle is involved in an accident, the operator's motor vehicle comes to a stop in the traveled portion of a highway, the operator shall, as soon as safely possible, move the motor vehicle off the traveled portion of the highway and to a location as close to the accident as possible.  However, the operator shall not move the motor vehicle if the accident:

(1) involves the transportation of hazardous materials;  or

(2) results in injury or death of a person or the entrapment of a person in a vehicle.

A person who violates this subsection commits a Class C infraction.

(b) An operator of a motor vehicle to whom subsection (a) applies, is also subject to section 1.1(a)(2) , 1.1(a)(3), and 1.1(a)(4) of this chapter.  An operator who knowingly or intentionally fails to comply with section 1.1(a)(2) , 1.1(a)(3), or 1.1(a)(4) of this chapter commits leaving the scene of an accident, a Class B misdemeanor, and is subject to the penalties in section 1.1(b) of this chapter.


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