TOPEKA – The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Office released details yesterday of a crash that injured one person last Thursday near Topeka.
They say a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by 46-year-old Gary Miller of Shipshewana was eastbound on County Road 40 in Elkhart County. He lost control as he reached County Road 1200 West in LaGrange County.
The vehicle rolled multiple times and ejected the passenger – 18-year-old Matthew Lehman of Shipshewana.
Lehman suffered back pain and was taken to Parkview Regional Medical Center with injuries described as non-life threatening.
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