Kokomo — A pair of pedestrians were seriously injured Saturday night after they were struck by a 17-year-old driving a Ford Mustang at 1530 S. Dixon Road. The call came over the scanner at around 10:20 p.m. that one of the pedestrians had suffered a traumatic amputation causing them to lose one of their feet. The other pedestrian was said to be unconscious. First responders quickly called for backup and extra officers to assist with crowd control. Both of the injured were transported to St. Joseph Hospital and lifelined via separate helicopters. No additional information was available as of press time.
One loses foot in accident.
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