Two Goshen men were airlifted to South Bend Memorial Hospital for injuries they suffered after being ejected from the car they were in at 11:42 a.m. Monday. Both men have since been released from the hospital.
According to Elkhart County Ptl. Shannon Stanfill, Matthew Thompson, 27, Goshen, was driving a 1994 Pontiac Bonneville east on C.R. 44, west of C.R. 13. The car left the south side of the road. Thompson lost control of the car, police reported, causing him to travel across the road to the north. The car rolled several times into a farm field, ejecting Thompson and his passenger, Aaron Frasier, 23, Goshen.
Thompson had back pain. Frasier had back and head pain. Both men were airlifted by helicopter to Memorial. According to hospital officials Tuesday, both men were discharged.
The crash remains under investigation.
Driver hurt in Michigan crash
An Elkhart driver was injured in a one-car crash Monday at the intersection of Calvin Center Road and U.S. 12 east of Edwardsburg, Michigan. The incident occurred at 9 p.m. According to Cass County police, Phillip Spencer, 42, Elkhart, was driving southbound on Calvin Center Road when he failed to stop at the intersection. Spencer’s truck left the road and struck a number of trees and overturned. He was transported to Elkhart General Hospital for treatment. The crash remains under investigation.
• Leo Bateman, 1605 S. 12th St., Goshen, told Goshen police his son’s gray and black Next bicycle was stolen from his yard at around 7 p.m. Friday.
• The sexton at Oak Ridge Cemetery, 1200 E. Vistula St., Bristol, told Bristol police someone removed all the flower pots, flowers and other miscellaneous items from the cemetery sometime Saturday.
• Employees of LeMaster Steel Erectors Inc., reported to Bristol police someone pried open a tool box at the job site and removed tools sometime Saturday.