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One injured in crash at C.R. 17 and C.R. 14 intersection

Two people taken to Elkhart General after crash at intersection of C.R. 17 and C.R. 14.

Posted on Nov. 4, 2012 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on Nov. 4, 2012 at 2:19 p.m.

ELKHART — One person was injured in a three-car crash at the intersection of C.R. 17 and C.R. 14 just after noon on Sunday.

According to the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department, Lyle Pegg, 85, of Bristol, was driving south on C.R. 17 and began to turn left onto C.R. 14. Pegg’s vehicle was then hit by a car driven by Frederick Michael, 63, of Milford, who was driving north on C.R. 17.

The third car, driven by Tristen Stahl, 17, of Bristol, was stopped facing west at the traffic light on C.R. 14. After the initial collision, Pegg’s car slid into the front of Stahl’s vehicle.

Pegg was taken to Elkhart General Hospital for precautionary medical treatment but reported no injuries. His passenger, wife Mary Pegg, 82, was also taken to Elkhart General for pain in her leg and right hip.

Michael and Stahl were uninjured in the crash.

Lyle Pegg was cited for failure to yield.


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