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Update on Amish infant airlifted from accident in Centerville that was reportedly caused by cow

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The child has recovered and is expected to be discharged

Michael T. Baldwin Reports, image from Wikipedia

A potentially tragic outcome has been averted after an Amish buggy crashed on Easter Sunday in the Allegany County Town of Centerville.

Authorities tell us seven people were injured…mostly children…and one child was flown to Oishei Children’s Hospital in Buffalo. A State Police Investigator said the youngest child sustained a “significant head injury.” Thankfully, the child may be discharged from the hospital this week.

The Investigator said the accident was caused when a nearby cow “spooked a horse.” There are clearly no charges and law enforcement says “this is just a tragic accident.”

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