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4 hurt in Indiana 120 crash

Four people were hurt Friday night in a two-vehicle collision at Indiana 120 and County Road 300 West in Steuben County, the county sheriff's department said today.

In a statement, the sheriff's department said Christi Adamson, 31, of Bronson, Michigan, was headed north on the county road when she failed to stop at the stop sign with Indiana 120.

Her vehicle pulled into the path of a westbound vehicle on Indiana 120 driven by Candace M. Miller, 23, of LaGrange, the statement said.

It said Adamson suffered a possible broken hip and was taken to Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne. A passenger in her vehicle, Lance W. Losinski, 32, of Coldwater, Michigan, was flown to Parkview with a head injury, the statement said.

Miller complained of ankle pain and was taken to Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in Angola, police said. They said a passenger in her vehicle, Travis R. Bills, 24, of Wolcottville complained of knee pain and also was taken to the Angola hospital.

All occupants were wearing seat belts and the airbags deployed, the statement said.

The crash remains under investigation by the sheriff's department. Fremont, Clear Lake and Indiana State police, Steuben County EMS and Communication and Fremont and Orland firefighters assisted.

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