An Amish lady was thrown from her horse-drawn buggy in Upstate New York and left in essential situation when a pick-up truck slammed into the again of it, state police mentioned.
Annie Hershberger, 29, was injured when she and her husband, Peter Hershberger, had been hit outdoors a Huge M grocery store round 8:20 p.m. Thursday in Alexandria, police mentioned.
“The preliminary investigation signifies that an Amish horse and buggy tried to enter the northbound lane of State Route 12 from the parking (lot) of the Huge M and didn’t yield the appropriate of option to the northbound pickup truck,” state police mentioned in a press launch Friday.
Peter Hershberger, 36, was handled at Samaritan Medical Heart in Alexandria Bay and launched, troopers mentioned.
Annie Hershberger was transferred to Replace College Hospital in Syracuse the place she was listed in essential situation.
It was not instantly clear how the 2 are associated.
In keeping with WWTI-TV, one of many two horses who had been pulling the buggy needed to be euthanized on the scene. The opposite suffered minor accidents.
The motive force of the pickup truck, recognized as Peter Hummer, 80, was not injured.
No costs have been filed and the investigation is continuous, police mentioned.