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Carriage horse involved in crash to retire
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Oreo, the Central Park carriage horse that broke free during an accident will retire to Massachusetts Wednesday.
Oreo was corralled on Ninth Avenue after the accident on August 16th.
The carriage driver suffered a broken leg and two Australian tourists aboard the carriage suffered minor injuries.
He is being sent to a horse sanctuary.
Oreo will join the Blue Star Equiculture's herd of 30 horses, many of which are former carriage horses.
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