Heart attack leads to crash

Waterloo, Indiana Photo Courtesy: Waterloo Marshal's Department
Waterloo, Indiana Photo Courtesy: Waterloo Marshal's Department

WATERLOO, Ind. (WANE) – A man having a heart attack crashed his SUV into a tree in Waterloo Saturday morning.

The Waterloo Marshal’s Department responded to 230 Grant Street at 7:18 a.m. They arrived to find a 2005 GMC Yukon crashed into a tree in the front yard.

The driver, Kent Fell, 39, said he was driving south on Grant Street from US Hwy 6 when he started to not feel well. He thought he was having a heart attack. He drove left of center and into the yard, where he hit the tree. Fell lives at the home where the crash happened.

Waterloo, Indiana
Waterloo, Indiana Photo Courtesy: Waterloo Marshal’s Department

Emergency medical technicians determined at the scene that he was in fact having a heart attack and Fell was transported to a Fort Wayne hospital.

The residence where the crash happened is owned by Fell’s brother and sister, Ron Fell and Gloria Bice.

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