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Man Injured after Jumping From Vehicle
Published: April 26, 2010

Press Release


April 25, 2010


Early today at approximately 4:30 am, the police department was notified by Baxter Regional Hospital that a 20 year old male was brought to their emergency room unconscious. The male was transported to the hospital by two males after finding him in the parking lot behind a local business. At the time, the two advised authorities they did not know the victim.


An investigation was started and several subjects interviewed. Investigators found that the two men did know the victim, Tanner R. Fitzsimmons of Norfork. Investigators learned that early Sunday morning the three males were at a local apartment in Mountain Home having a party with friends. Three or four of the subjects attending the party, including Fitzsimmons, left in a vehicle.


Near the area of U.S. Hwy 62B and College Streets, witnesses say Fitzsimmons opened the rear car door and jumped out which caused his injuries. The subjects loaded Fitzsimmons into the vehicle and went back to the apartment. Later, the witnesses decided to transport Fitzsimmons to the hospital. He was later transferred to Cox South Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. The police department was assisted by the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office.


Update 4/26/10: Investigation of this incident is continuing. Investigators are requesting that anyone with information about this incident or witnessed anything unusual to call them at the Mountain Home Police Department at 425-6336. The incident occurred near the intersection of U.S. Hwy 62B and College Streets (near Walgreens) involving a 1999 White, Chevy Lumina during the early morning  hours of Sunday, April 25.


Carry Manuel

Chief of Police

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