A 3-year-old has died after an accident Sunday where a headboard fell on him and another child.
The Marshall County Dispatch Center received a 911 call of a heavy headboard that fell on two children, ages 3 and 5, in the 12000 block 4A Road around 1:32 p.m. Sunday.
The caller advised that the 3-year-old was having difficulty breathing. Marshall County Deputies, Lapaz Fire and EMS, Plymouth Paramedics and Memorial Medflight responded to the scene.
PLYMOUTH â€” A power outage that affected more than 7,500 NIPSCO customers in Plymouth alone has no explanation as of yet.
According to a representative from NIPSCO, the power went out in Plymouth around 3:15 and was out for most people for about 15 minutes.
There were reports of residents with REMC also reporting power outages throughout Marshall County from Culver to Bremen.
There were even reports of power outages in Starke County.
NIPSCO said it is currently investigating what caused the power outage.
PLYMOUTH - Who owns the property under the bridges around the county became a question for the Marshall County Commissioners Monday morning.
John Childs came before the Commissioners to pose the question in response to activity on his property. Childs has an organic farm and owns the property around 14B and 14th Road in Marshall County which includes a bridge on the Yellow River. He told the Commissioners that he has no problem with people fishing on the property but has not allowed people to camp there, his objection being trash and campers using the area as a toilet.