WHITE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — An off-road vehicle crash in White County Sunday, has Indiana conservation officers stressing how important it is to wear a helmet.
A Remington woman was hurt when her ORV crashed on County Road 600 North early Sunday morning. That is right on the White and Jasper county boarders.
Amanda Boles was operating a Honda four-wheeler on a gravel road when she lost control of the vehicle, and it rolled over. Boles broke three of her ribs, her shoulder blade and got cuts on her head in the crash.
DNR officers said she was not wearing a helmet or any other safety equipment when the ORV rolled over.
Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash.
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