People Ejected From Out-Of-Control Boat In Indiana, Operator Arrested

People Ejected From Out-Of-Control Boat In Indiana, Operator Arrested

People Ejected From Out-Of-Control Boat In Indiana, Operator Arrested

Emergency medical, fire and law enforcement officials responded to the call along with Parkview Health's Samaritan air ambulance helicopter, the report said.

Four of the people who were thrown were seriously injured. One had a skull fracture and another lost part of an arm.

Others with less serious injuries were transported to Cameron Memorial Hospital in Angola.

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A Ski Nautique motorboat that was involved in the accident was still under power and unmanned, circling the lake at approximately 30 miles per hour. According to the DNR, conservation Officer Jake Carlile said the boat was eventually stopped after he threw a rope from his patrol boat onto the runaway boat's propeller.

A runaway boat caused property damage and injured 10 people on Lake Gage in IN on July 15. Carlile managed to get hold of the boat and wrangled it, however, it stuck at a pier and rear-ended the conservation officer's patrol boat. He then took control of the unmanned boat and bring it to a stop, averting any further injuries and damage.

That's when it slowed enough for IN conservation officer Jake Carlile to jump on board from a jet ski.

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At approximately 7:13 p.m. on Saturday night, a 20-foot boat being driven by Fort Wayne resident Dominique Effinger cut into a violent turn, ejecting all 10 people that were on the vessel. After all passengers landed in the water, the boat continued around the lake unmanned at a high speed and caused property damage and even more injuries.

A high-speed boating accident on Lake Gage Saturday evening injured several of the boat's 10 occupants, Indiana Conservation Officers said.

Officers said that alcohol appeared to play a factor in the incident, and Effinger was arrested for boating while intoxicated and causing injury as well as being a minor in possession of alcohol.

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