CORY -- A Clay County man was airlifted to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, following a farming accident Friday.
According to information provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, at approximately 11:25 a.m., officials received a 911 call regarding the accident, which took place near Cory.
Officials said Larry D. Knust, 59, was unloading a grain truck when his foot became caught in an auger.
Knust suffered an amputation to his lower right leg.
After sustaining the injury, Knust drove himself approximately two-and-a-half miles to his parent's home for help.
Air Evac Lifeteam arrived to transport Knust to Methodist for further treatment.
The extent of Knust's injuries were unknown at press time.
Other agencies responding included TransCare and the Corey Volunteer Fire Department.