Indiana Conservation Officers were called to to the Patoka Reservoir at around 10:15 p.m. Saturday night, after a fisherman heard cries coming from the Hoosier Hills Marina.
According to Conservation Officers, a boater went to the location of the cries and rescued two Winslow men, 24 year-old Laban King and 27 year-old Jacob King. While the two were being transported to an area hospital, emergency crews learned that their boat had capsized and that there were two other people still missing.
Both Laban and Jacob were transported to an area hospital and treated for symptoms of hypothermia.
Indiana Conservation Officers strongly recommend the use of life jackets while on or near the water. A wearable life jacket is required by law for every person in a boat on public waters.