Police say two people were hospitalized Wednesday following a collision in the Noblesville area.
The Noblesville Police Department reports that Paul Siktberg, 38, was behind the wheel of a silver 2004 Saturn Vue sport-utility vehicle as it traveled near the corner of East 186th Street (Field Drive) and Indiana 37. Around 9:25 a.m., Mr. Siktberg was stopped at the traffic signal when he was hit by Noah O’Connor, 17, who was driving a dark-colored 2005 Toyota Camry sedan.
Investigators say Noah lost control while making a right-hand turn from Indiana 37. Once freed from their vehicles, both drivers were taken to Noblesville’s Riverview Hospital for treatment.
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