Illinois boy rescued from sink hole released from hospital
CHICAGO — An Illinois boy buried nearly two weeks ago in a sink hole on Mt. Baldy in Michigan City has been released from the hospital.
A Chicago hospital released Nathan Woessner Tuesday night.
He'll continue rehab therapy over the next few days.
The boy got trapped in a sinkhole at Indiana Dunes earlier in July.
It took crews nearly four hours to dig him out.
Mt. Baldy remains closed for investigation.