Amish horse-and-buggy collides with SUV, 4 children hurt in Pa.

An Amish horse-and-buggy in Lancaster County, Pa.
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(AP) LANCASTER, Pa. - An adult and four young children were hurt in the Amish region of central Pennsylvania when their horse-and-buggy collided with a sport-utility vehicle.

The buggy was destroyed. The driver of the SUV wasn't hurt.

The accident happened around 8:20 p.m. Friday in Salisbury Township.

Gap Fire Chief Troy Wenger says the buggy was pulling out of a driveway when it was struck by the SUV.

All of the occupants of the buggy were ejected upon impact, including an infant and three other children. They were taken to a hospital along with the buggy's driver, 27-year-old Samuel Stoltzfoos.

Police say the infant and a 3-year-old suffered moderate injuries. A 2-year-old and another 3-year-old suffered minor injuries. The driver also suffered moderate injuries.

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