Amish Buggy Crash Injures NY Infant
A baby was hospitalized November 20 following a crash between a car and an Amish buggy in Harrisburg.
News reports indicate the infant sustained head injuries in the early morning accident.
Each year more than 12,000 people are injured or killed in New York State as the result of accidents involving all sorts of vehicles.
According to WKTV-Utica:
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Department says a motor vehicle and an Amish buggy carrying a woman and a baby were involved in an accident Tuesday morning.
Deputies say the female driver of the buggy suffered injuries to her leg, but the infant was airlifted to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse with serious head and internal injuries.
The driver of the motor vehicle was not injured.
The collision between the car and the horse-drawn buggy happened at 7:51 a.m. The crash remains under investigation with charges pending.
Call a Binghamton Auto Accident Lawyer Today
Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney, fights for his clients. If you or someone you know has been in a vehicle crash in New York State, you are entitled to a free consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. Call our 24-hour answering service at (607) 235-2754 or contact us via our online contact form. All calls and inquiries are responded to the same day, usually within one hour.
- WKTV News Channel 2 Utica