Gibson Co. Sheriff's Dept. Gets New Drunk Buster Goggles

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By Daily Mail Reporter

Published: 22:46 EST, 20 June 2012 | Updated: 22:46 EST, 20 June 2012

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Three teenagers and a sheriff's deputy were hurt when a converted golf cart tipped over during a drunken-driving simulation, authorities said.

Bob Smith, a patrolman with the Elkhart County Sheriff's Department in Indiana, was injured on Monday along with Alex Whitehead, 18, and two other boys, ages 14 and 15, after the teens took turns driving the vehicle wearing goggles.

Police say the 14-year-old was driving the cart and over-corrected after taking a turn too hard when the vehicle tipped onto its side in the Elkhart County Jail's parking lot.

Injured: Bob Smith, a police patrolman, along with Alex Whitehead, 18, and two other boys, 14 and 15, crashed a drunk-driving simulator (pictured) in Indiana

Injured: Bob Smith, a police patrolman, along with Alex Whitehead, 18, and two other boys, 14 and 15, crashed a drunk-driving simulator (pictured) in Indiana

The 15-year-old, was was the passenger in the vehicle at the time, was airlifted to Memorial Hospital with arm numbness.

Mr Whitehead, Mr Smith and the 14-year-old were taken to hospital.

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Mr Whitehead had neck, shoulder and arm problems and the driver, 14, had head pain.

Mr Smith had foot pain and minor cuts.

Hospitalized: Alex Whitehead, who was in the cart when it tipped over was treated for pain he suffered in his neck, shoulder and arm

Hospitalized: Alex Whitehead, who was in the cart when it tipped over was treated for pain he suffered in his neck, shoulder and arm

They were all later released.

The teens are part of the department's Explorers program for youths interested in law enforcement careers.

The goggles the teenagers were wearing while they drove simulated drunken driving.

Accident: Deputies say it doesn't appear anyone did anything improper and called the crash an accident after the cart's canopy was damaged (pictured)

Accident: Deputies say it doesn't appear anyone did anything improper and called the crash an accident after the cart's canopy was damaged (pictured)

Undersheriff Sean Holmes said it doesn't appear anyone did anything improper.

He considered the crash an accident.

The cart's windshield was cracked and its canopy damaged. 

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