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Last updated on Monday, December 1, 2008
(GREENE COUNTY) - Four people were hospitalized Saturday in two accidents in Greene County.
The Greene County Daily World reports three people were taken to the hospital after a wreck early Saturday morning that involved a car, a deer and a tractor-trailer.
The driver of the car, 24-year-old Joshua Orman of Rosedale, and his two passengers, 19-year-olds James Orman and Lindsey Beamen, all complained of neck and back pain and were transported by ambulance to Greene County General Hospital.
Then, Saturday evening, 58-year-old Glen Caves of Solsberry was hospitalized after he overcorrected from bobbing off the roadway and struck 42-year-old Craig Furman of Corydon, flipping Furman's truck onto its top.
Caves suffered leg injuries and was transported to Bloomington Hospital, Furman was able to walk away with minor bumps and bruises.
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