ROSSVILLE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Rossville Police Department deputy marshal was injured while responding to a call this week.
According to Rossville police, around 6:40 a.m. Thursday, Deputy Marshal Joel Hargett responded to a residential alarm in the 7300 block of County Road N. 200 West in Clinton County.
While Deputy Hargett was searching the perimeter of a residence, he fell roughly 8 feet from a retaining wall.
Clinton County Deputy John Griener had also responded to the call and after repeated attempts to contact Deputy Hargett via radio, he began searching for him.
Deputy Griener found Deputy Hargett lying on the ground. He was taken to an IU Health Arnett facility via ambulance and due to internal injuries, was later airlifted to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
He's being treated in the ICU unit and is stable at this time.
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