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June 25, 2013

Teen dies in tractor wreck

GOSHEN — A 15-year-old male died today from injuries in a tractor—related incident on C.R. 111 near Goshen. The crash occurred at 11:30 a.m today. Elkhart County police responded to a call at 63513 C.R. 111 to investigate the cause of death of Justin Hoover, who was next to an overturned tractor on the property. Police said Hoover was driving the tractor and it slid down an embankment causing it to overturn. Medics arrived on scene, but Hoover died from his injuries. The investigation is ongoing and the Elkhart County police are working with the Elkhart County Coroner’s office to determine the cause of death.

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