INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD has released information about Thursday’s funeral procession to honor Officer Breann Leath.
A private funeral service will be held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway followed by a funeral procession involving several dozen vehicles.
The procession is expected to depart Indianapolis Motor Speedway at 12:30 p.m. and pass IMPD Headquarters, the Marion County Sherriff’s Department Headquarters, IMPD East District Headquarters, and end at Crown Hill Cemetery Heroes of Public Safety.
Traffic patterns are expected to be slightly impacted on several major streets and thoroughfares.
Anyone interested in viewing the procession for Officer Leath is asked to follow social distancing guidelines, including not gathering in groups, maintaining a six-foot distance from others, wearing a cloth mask, and not touching their face when in public.
Route from Crown Hill to Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Beginning at approximately 7:00 a.m.
- 38th St. west to Lafayette Rd
- Lafayette Rd south to Tibbs
- Tibbs south to 16th St.
- 16th St .west to IMS Gate 2
Processional Route from Indianapolis Motor Speedway to Crown Hill
- East on 16th St. to Meridian St.
- South on Meridian St. to Monument Circle.
- ¾ around the Circle to E/B E Market St.
- Eastbound on Monument Circle East Market.
- East on Market St. to Alabama St.
- South on Alabama to Maryland St.
- East on Maryland St. to Washington St.
- East on Washington St. to Shortridge Rd.
- West into the Access road to East District Headquarters.
- Pause at East District Headquarters for the 1042 broadcast.
- Continue around the perimeter of East district exiting onto N. Shadeland Ave.
- North on Shadeland Ave. to I70 westbound.
- I70 westbound to I65 North.
- I65 North to the 29th St. Exit 116.
- East on 29th St. to N. Illinois St.
- North on Illinois St. to W. 34th St.
- West on 34th St. to the entrance of Crown Hill Cemetery Heroes of Public Safety.
In lieu of cards and flowers, Officer Leath’s family has asked that donations be made to The Central Indiana Police Foundation, to provide a trust for her young son.
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