First responders meet with family involved in crash on Mother's Day
A family involved in a crash on Mother's Day at US6 and US421 met with first responders on Sunday.
Firefighters from Westville and Cass-Clinton fire departments, Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians from La Porte County EMS, the pilot and flight nurse from Med Flight, police officers from Westville Police Department and the La Porte County Sheriff’s Department met with the family at the Westville Fire Station.
According to the La Porte Sheriff's Office Facebook page, little Mike was the most seriously injured.
He was released from the hospital three weeks after the accident. He turned five while in the hospital.
Little Mike's mother, Dianna, and father, Mike, were also seriously injured in the accident.
Dianna was four months pregnant at the time of the crash and lost the child because of the injuries sustained in the accident.
All three have been released from the hospital and are on the mend and going through rehabilitation, according to the Facebook post.
According to the LCSO post:
The family expressed their appreciation to all of the bystanders and emergency responders that came to their aid that day and gave a large amount of credit for the recovery to the quick response and quality of care they received at the scene. They also expressed their thoughts and prayers for the family that was injured in the second vehicle involved in the crash.