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Car hits buggy, sends two to hospital

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Two teenage girls were treated and released from the hospital after a car vs. buggy accident west of Lincoln.

The Lancaster County Sheriff's Dept. says it happened around 4 p.m. Saturday. The two girls were driving a horse-drawn buggy near SW 16th and West Denton Road when a vehicle crashed into them from behind.

Officials say the two girls were taken to Bryan West where they were treated and released.

No citations have been issued and both the driver of the car and the horse were not injured.

Officials say the buggy did not have any reflectors.

 

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