Two young Amish children were killed when a drunk driver in a pickup truck plowed into their family's horse-drawn buggy in MI, according to a report Saturday. The crash occurred in Algansee Township, Branch County near borders with in and OH about 125 miles east of Detroit.
Michigan State Police say it happened on Kelly Rd, south of Lester Rd, in Algansee Township in Branch County sometime Friday.
Seven people, including five children, were riding in a carriage on a road in Algansee Township, Mich., when it was struck by the vehicle, according to WMMT West Michigan.
The children, who were pronounced dead at the scene, were six and two years old.
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The other passengers, two adults and two children, were seriously injured and taken to various hospitals in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Police have not yet released the name of the driver. The driver fled, but no one in the buggy was seriously injured, state police said.
An adult woman reportedly suffered serious injuries as well.