Three Children Killed, Six Others Wounded After Buggy Crash in Montcalm County

The area where a pickup truck collided with a buggy in Bushnell Township Sunday Oct. 29 2017

The area where a pickup truck collided with a buggy in Bushnell Township Sunday Oct. 29 2017

Three Amish children died Sunday when a truck crashed into a horse-drawn buggy they were riding in, Michigan State Police said.

Police said a truck heading eastbound on Condensary Road in Evergreen Township, southeast of Sheridan, hit the rear of the buggy, which was carrying nine people. Both the buggy and the truck were damaged extensively in the crash.

Nice people were on the buggy at the time of the accident.

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Paul Martin, 40, was listed in stable condition in a Flint area hospital.

Victims were 7, 9 and 12 years, another six were hospitalized with injuries of varying severity, doctors described their condition as critical.

Three of the surviving children, an 8-year-old male, a 3-year-old male and a 2-year-old male, involved in the accident are listed as stable condition at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital in Grand Rapids. Also an 18-month-old daughter was released from the hospital in Carson City.

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MSP said restraint use in the buggy is unknown.

Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash, according to Michigan State Police. In that crash, an SUV collided with a buggy, killing a 10-year-old and injuring a 13-year-old.

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