Two Plymouth teens were hospitalized Sunday after they were involved in an ATV accident.
It happened near the 18000 block of Lincoln Highway in Marshall County, according to officers with the Indiana DNR Law Enforcement District 1.
Officers say 13-year-old Tanner Feece was driving an off-road vehicle in a field on private property. While making a high-speed turn, the vehicle overturned and Feece was pinned underneath.
His passenger, 13-year-old Andrew Aker, was ejected from the vehicle.
Police say neither teen was wearing protective gear or seat belts.
Feece was flown to a Ft. Wayne hospital with serious injuries, and Aker was transported to a Plymouth hospital with a broken arm.
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WTCA update: Tanner had surgery to repair two broken bones in his leg Sunday. According to his mother, “He is expected to make a full recovery.” The doctors are expected to release Tanner on Tuesday.
Tanner’s mother, Tennille Drake Feece said, “We are overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and support we have received from our community and surrounding communities. Special thanks to the Plymouth Fire Department, EMTS and the Sheriffs Department in aiding us this weekend. We are unbelievably grateful.”