According to Clay County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Rob Gambill, firefighting crews and others were sent to the two incidents.
Gambill told The Brazil Times both were in the area of County Road 200 East (Harmony Road), approximately two miles south of State Road 46.
Center Point Volunteer Fire Department officials were dispatched to both incidents.
Firefighter Roy Smith told The Brazil Times the first situation took place before 6 a.m., Monday morning.
Smith said a man ended up in the water and the current was strong enough to pull his vehicle down stream about 150 yards through a farmer's field.
According to Smith, the man got out of his vehicle and called his wife, who called 911.
Center Point had to call rescue teams from Vigo County and Owen County to help get the man out of the field.
Smith said the man was transported to a local hospital via TransCare.
The department was later dispatched to another stranded vehicle close to location and also on County Road 200 East.
According to Smith, the other driver got stranded on the south end of the road, but the driver was able to wade out of the water and someone came to the scene to pick the driver up.
Smith said the department sent a truck to the scene, but the person was already gone. However, the vehicle the person was driving was still in the water.
Smith said later Monday afternoon, he drove by the area and while the water had receded approximately 12 inches, it was still high.
"The road is still water covered," he said.
According to information provided by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), rising waters caused the closure of state roads in the Crawfordsville District. Clay County is in the Crawfordsville District.
INDOT officials announced Monday afternoon State Road 246, two miles east of the Eel River near Clay City, was closed due to high water.
In addition, State Road 42 between Eminence and Little Point in Morgan County was also closed.
INDOT officials stated the closures would remain in effect until the water recedes.
For more information regarding road conditions, log on to www.trafficwise.in.gov.