A high-speed boating accident on Lake Gage Saturday evening injured several of the boat's 10 occupants, Indiana Conservation Officers said.
Four of the people that were thrown off the boat have severe injuries.
Ten people were thrown from a boat in an in lake on Saturday.
A boat spinning out of control with no one at the wheel - that's what conservation officers say happened Saturday after a drunk driver lost control on Lake Gage in Steuben County.
Two people were flown via air ambulance to Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne with a skull fracture and a partial lower arm amputation.
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When they arrived, they found several seriously injured people had been taken to shore by other boaters so EMS and fire units could treat them, the report said. Others less seriously hurt were taken to Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in Angola. Carlile was able to use a nearby personal watercraft and jump onto the runaway boat while both boats were still in motion. Conservation officers warned residents on-shore to move their docked boats and clear the area as the unmanned boat circled closer to boats and docks with each pass.
Around 7:13 p.m. a 21-foot boat operated by Dominique Effinger made a violent turn and threw 10 people into the water, according to DNR Spokesman James Price. "I approximately guessed 20 to 30 miles per hour 20 to 25 and that's not, especially with a boat of that size, something that I could just jump on without some serious consideration". Alcohol was a factor in the crash, they said.
A DNR officer threw a rope from his patrol boat to the motorboat in order to entangle the propeller.
The entangling rope eventually slowed the runaway boat. Carlile was able to wrangle the boat, but it struck a pier and then rear-ended Carlile's boat.
The incident remains under investigation by conservation officers.