SHERIFF: Man flown to hospital after being pinned under car

Authorities say a Louisville man was flown to a Omaha hospital after being pinned underneath a car he was working on. 
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Authorities say a Louisville man was flown to a Omaha hospital after being pinned underneath a car he was working on.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office said emergency crews were called Sunday night to a home on reports a man was trapped underneath a vehicle.

CCSO says 46-year-old Guy Carriger was changing oil in the driveway when the jack slipped out of place, pinning him underneath. A juvenile in the home heard Carriger yelling for help and ran to a a pizza restaurant where 911 was called.

Carriger was flown by medical hospital to the University of Nebraska Medical Center. CCSO says his condition is currently unknown.

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