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Right out here in front of me is where the impact that plays Ohio State troopers say just before 6 o'clock Sunday evening.
The driver of this all terrain vehicle was traveling on -- street near Smith -- and sugar creek township and start counting.
Investigators say the ATV driver 34 year old Jeremy venables of Brewster slammed into the back of an Amish buggy similar to this.
When the ATV struck the buggy.
Broken into two separate pieces.
The driver of the Amish buggy was poured out of the -- Instinctively holding on to the range with a two horses that were pulling it and pulled him out of the -- and and then soon after that he'd let go and let the horses.
Run from the -- Police say Joseph and Amanda -- -- -- traveling in the buggy with their nine children who ranged in age from two to thirteen years old.
Still the got a cut on his head the rest of the family not -- the ATV driver who was thrown from the vehicle but not as fortunate he was seriously injured.
Yes we do believe that down alcoholic drinks aren't factor in the crash itself.
Vehicle itself is equipped with.
With seatbelts they were not -- use.
The guy they can be did not have a helmet on.
The state Highway Patrol says an ATV like this is not suitable to drive on public roadways.
They also say the accident -- a reminder for drivers to watch out for buggies and farm equipment in rural areas.
Around curves and over hills.
This expect them because they are here.
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