Can't tell much from the report other than it appears the crash was text-related.
If autorecovery failed when you restarted ID and you are unable to open the last saved version you may be oout of luck. There's a Windows tool you can try: INDDRecovery — a program for restoring corrupted InDesign documents
There's also a script to try a "blind" export to .idml: Adobe Community: InDesign 6 is crashing when attempting to open a particular document. All others are opening OK.
If neither of those work, and it would be costly to start over, Markzware.com offers a paid recovery service.
Thank you for your help. The files themselves are easy to redo, so I'll just do that. But I'm concerned that this could happen again. Is there any way I can find out what text is corrupting the program? Because then I could just delete the text/font. Thanks!
Probably not while it continues to crash, unfortunately.