The crash happened on Monday morning in southern Minnesota, according to authorities
Two people and a horse have been killed after a collision between an Amish buggy and a car in Minnesota.
According to ABC affiliate KAAL TV, the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office said the crash happened in Sumner Township Monday morning, shortly before 8:30 a.m. local time.
The two people who were killed were riders from the horse-drawn buggy. Two others involved in the accident were also hospitalized. They were transported to St. Marys Hospital in Rochester, but their injuries are unknown, per CBS News.
According to the outlet, local authorities said the vehicle rear-ended the buggy in the fatal collision, which also killed a horse. The two individuals who were killed have not been identified.
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Per KAAL TV, Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota State Patrol and the Mower County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the crash.
The road where the crash happened — County Road 1 near Sumner Center — was closed on Monday as the investigation into the incident continued.
The Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
In 2021, an Amish couple was killed after their horse-drawn buggy was rear-ended by a pick-up truck in Virginia. The crash happened in Cumberland County in October of that year.
Barbie Esh, 38, and husband John Z. Esh, 39, were killed as a result of the collision with a 2005 Toyota Tundra, Virginia State Police spokesperson Corinne Geller said in a statement shared with PEOPLE.
The mother was pronounced dead at the scene. The father later died at VCU Medical Center.
The couple’s eight children were also injured in the crash. Their ages ranged from 9 months to 16 years, Geller said.
CBS affiliate KIRO 7 also reported that the horse pulling the buggy was euthanized because of the injuries it sustained.
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