Juvenile pinned; suffers 2 broken legs after crash | News
A young person suffered two broken legs after being partially pinned underneath a car that crashed Thursday night on County Road 100 North west of US 41 in Gibson County.
According to sheriff’s deputies, a white 2007 Chevy Cobalt was eastbound at a high rate of speed on County Road 100 North, west of County Road 275 West around 8:45. The vehicle went off the south side of the road hitting a telephone pole, which was snapped off at its base.
Deputies say the car kept going and hit a second telephone pole, then flipped over on its top and slid across the road into a ditch.
Deputies say the juvenile driver and juvenile front seat passenger were wearing their seat belts. The juvenile in back passenger side seat was not restrained. The driver was transported to Gibson General with head pain. The front seat passenger was transported to Gibson General suffering from back pain.
The back seat passenger was ejected from the vehicle and partially pinned under the vehicle. The back seat passenger was transported to Deaconess Hospital with two broken legs. No names were released because of the ages of those involved.