LaGRANGE TWP. — Two people were LifeFlighted following an accident this morning, according to LaGrange Township Fire Chief James Rader.
Rader said the call came in about 7 a.m. about an accident involving a motorcycle and a pedestrian on Indian Hollow Road about a mile south of state Route 303.
A 17-year-old boy who lives in the area of 17856 Indian Hollow was crossing the road to get the newspaper when he was struck, according to Rader.
Rader said the teen was incoherent, so he couldn’t ask him what happened. The teen was LifeFlighted from the scene, Rader said.
The motorcycle rider, a 34-year-old who lives about a half-mile north of the accident scene and was on his way to work, was taken to EMH Regional Medical Center to meet with LifeFlight, Rader said.
Rader said the motorcyclist was thrown from his bike and had facial injuries but was alert and talking at the scene. The 17-year-old had possible head and shoulder injuries, he said.