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January 15, 2013

Police investigating how teen was injured

GOSHEN — Police are investigating how a Concord Township teenager was injured Tuesday night.

 Capt. Jim Bradberry with the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday night, “It is early in the investigation and officers are on-scene looking into what happened. We responded Tuesday to 60377 Missouri Avenue in Goshen at 6:29 p.m. to investigate why a 17-year-old male had a laceration to his abdomen. He was med-flighted to South Bend and it is unknown on the extent of his injuries.”

Goshen ambulance personnel were called to help at the scene because Concord Township firefighters were working at the time to extinquish a house fire on C.R. 45.

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