As Labor Day passes, summer comes to an unofficial end...and as it ends, so closes the swimming pools, amusement parks, and other fun summer activities.
Fire officials say an Indiana Beach amusement park employee working on a roller coaster ride was injured after being hit by one of the cars.
The Monticello Fire Department says the accident happened Saturday at about 1 p.m.
The fire department says the man suffered multiple injuries and was airlifted to Indianapolis after being treated at IU Health White Memorial Hospital. The man's name has not been released.
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