Amish girl airlifted from Lancaster Co. crash
LEOLA, Pa. - June 16, 2011 (WPVI) -- An Amish girl had to be airlifted from the scene of a crash involving a car and a horse-drawn buggy in central Pennsylvania.
Bareville Fire Chief Nelson Oberholtzer says three other girls were transported to hospitals following the collision Thursday morning in West Earl Township, Lancaster County.
WGAL-TV reports the girl airlifted to Hershey Medical Center is 2 years old.
Officials at the scene say an elderly driver struck the open cart, which rolled several times. The driver told the Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era that the cart appeared in front of him very suddenly.
The crash remains under investigation.
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