An Amish toddler and her infant sister were injured in Wayne county Indiana yesterday, according to WHIO, when their horse spooked and crashed the family’s buggy with the children and their mother inside.
The children’s father, Jacob Fisher, was unhooking the buggy from the horse when it was startled and took off running, according to Indiana State Police. Still in the Buggy were his wife Ruth and their one-year-old and two-month-old daughters.
The two-month-old was thrown from the buggy when it overturned and she suffered head and internal injuries. She was flown from the scene by CareFlight to Dayton Children’s Hospital while the one-year-old, suffered minor injuries and was taken by life squad to Reid Memorial Hospital in Richmond.
A Salvation Army worker in Michigan City, Ind. was delighted to discover a $50 bill in one of the kettles she was counting out this past Monday, according to the Chicago Tribune, but the real prize lay buried in the bottom of the kettle: a one-ounce bar of gold worth more than $1,000.
A Salvation Army spokesman said he believes the bar was likely wrapped in a dollar bill to keep it secret.
Food banks have a lot to thank deer hunters for –
Officials say enough venison for about 234,000 meals has been donated to local food banks by Ohio deer hunters during the 2013 hunting season. One processed deer amounts to about 50 pounds of venison and 200 meals.
Deer meat donations will be accepted through the close of deer-archery season, which ends Feb. 2