Multiple injuries in White Pigeon crash

A White Pigeon resident was injured in a two-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon in White Pigeon Township.

State police troopers said the incident occurred at 5:20 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. 12 and Crooked Creek Road.

Investigators said a car driven by 23-year-old Anthony Rice of White Pigeon was stopped at the intersection and then proceeded northbound onto Crooked Creek Road. Rice did not see a westbound car driven by Rebekah Pigors, 41, of Elkhart, and was struck in the passenger’s side.

Jackie Shears, 25, of White Pigeon, was a passenger in Rice’s car. She was airlifted to Bronson Methodist Hospital after suffering serious injuries, according to troopers. Rice was transported to the same medical facility.

Pigors and her passenger, 49-year-old Brock Sanders, were treated at Elkhart General Hospital.

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