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Assistance needed to help identify victim

Unknown man in critical condition

at Methodist Hospital


Alert-public notice


TheShelby County Indiana Conservation Officers need help identifying a man that went over a low head dam in Shelby County.  At approximately 1:00 this afternoon, witnesses saw a male in a Bass tracker Bantam boat go over the low head dam on Flatrock River in the Vandalia/Geneva area.  The man was pulled from the water by Shelby County Swift Water Rescue Team.  He is currently in critical condition at Methodist Hospital.  Indiana Conservation Officers are currently trying to identify the man.

He was described by witnesses as being a white male in his thirties and dressed in an orange jacket.  If you know who this man may be, please call Indiana Conservation Officer Dispatch at 812-837-9536.