Crash involving horse-drawn carriage sends two people to hospital
PHOENIX — Superstition Fire and Medical District responded to an accident involving a horse-drawn carriage at the Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo.
Two people were critically injured at the Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo when the horse-drawn stagecoach hit several vehicles. The injured people were taken to a local hospital in serious condition by SFMD ambulances. The horses were walked from the scene to be evaluated by owners. pic.twitter.com/zLkOLrTUHr
— SFMD (@sfmd_az_gov) February 25, 2018
Two people were pulled from the wreckage with critical injuries while the horses were walked away from the scene by the owners for further evaluation.
According to the SFMD the horse-drawn stage coach collided with several vehicles and caused visible damage to the stage coach.
The crash occurred near Apache Boulevard and Lost Dutchman Boulevard.
No further information was provided.
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