HUNTERTOWN, Ind. (AP) - Police say six people were taken to a hospital after the horse-drawn wagon they were riding in tipped
over on a rural road in northeastern Indiana.
Allen County police tell WANE-TV that the injuries included broken bones and scrapes.
Police say the wagon tipped over Sunday evening near the town of Huntertown about 10 miles northwest of Fort Wayne after the reins somehow got wrapped around the horses. That apparently spooked the horses and they took off.
Police didn't immediately release the names or ages of those injured.
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