A spooky hayride turned frightening in Florida when it was struck by a vehicle Saturday night, compelling specialists to transport a few people to neighborhood clinics, as indicated by a report.
Around 30 individuals were on the hayride when it was struck in no time before 8 p.m. in Cottondale, around 76 miles west of Tallahassee in Jackson County, WJHG-TV said in a report.
Florida Highway Patrol affirmed that the mishap happened yet couldn’t promptly give subtleties on the mishap or the degree of the wounds, the outlet said.
As per WDHN-TV, the 24-foot trailer was struck around 6:30 p.m., tossing a few travelers from the trailer.
The station said the driver of the vehicle that hit the trailer was among those harmed and was taken by helicopter to a medical clinic in Dothan.
The occurrence came one day after 10 individuals, including a 2-year-old kid, were fundamentally harmed when a get truck back finished a hayride trailer being pulled by an ATV in rustic Pearl River County in Mississippi, the Clarion-Ledger said.
The crash heaved the trailer off the street and around 30 yards into the forested areas.
Also, a week ago a 32-year-elderly person was murdered and 17 others were harmed in Hancock County, Illinois, when the driver of a farm truck pulling the trailer lost control and fell into a gorge, media in Chicago detailed.