INDIANAPOLIS — The son of a former IndyCar driver and several other bystanders are getting accolades from first responders after pulling an unconscious man from the water in a lake on the north side of Marion County. Kimberly Bogle, who is the fiance of racing driver Matthew Brabham noticed the 78-year-old man floating and not moving in the water. She jumped in with a pool noodle and pulled the man out of the water. Geoff Brahbam, Matthew, and a few others helped pulled the man out as well. They saved the man’s life, say first responders. Geoff Brahbam made 10 starts in the Indianapolis 500.