Hayride Accidents 2013

















Blue Ridge, VA - The operators of the farm where a tractor hauling a wagon of people overturned Friday night, injuring four, have issued a statement about the accident.

Montvale fire chief Scott Hawkins said that six people were on a flatbed trailer tied to a tractor when it rolled down a hill.

A disk jockey for the popular radio station K-92 FM was one of the three injured, ABC 13 has confirmed.

According to Bedford Dispatch, the call came in around 10:22 p.m. Friday.

Officials report that two people had to be air lifted to the trauma center at a nearby hospital and one person was also transported by ambulance.

According to Hawkins, two people fell out of the trailer and were trapped underneath in the water before being removed. He says three people were taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital with injuries that weren't life threatening.

ABC 13 has confirmed a fourth person was also injured in the accident.

The rides were part of the farm's fall festivities that included pumpkin picking and a corn maze. The farm was closed after the accident, but re-opened Saturday.

The statement from Layman Family Farms Reads:

"Eric and I wish to express how grateful we are for the support and love we have received from our family, friends, customers and our community. May your support & prayers also be extended to everyone involved and we wish them a speedy recovery. Special prayers go out to Carli and Megan.

Thanks to Montvale, Moneta and Bedford County Emergency Medical teams and Lifeguard 10 for your unbelievable quick response and extraordinary dedication.

We love our community and thank you for your support.

Much Love~
Sharon & Eric Layman"

 

YOU CAN QUOTE US....Totally Irresponsible Owners of this unsafe, untested and never inspected trailer.


Oct. 12 2013

Two hospitalized after Hendricks County hayride crash

At least two people were injured early Sunday morning after a hayride accident in Hendricks County.

It happened just south of Danville, on State Road 39 and County Road 200 South, shortly after midnight.

Hendricks County dispatch says the hay ride was heading down SR 39 when the tractor became tangled in a guard rail, flipping some of the passengers off the trailer.

Two people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.










Hayride accident

5 teens injured in haunted hayride accident in DeKalb County; 1 airlifted to hospital

Posted: Saturday, October 12, 2013 8:56 pm | Updated: 5:17 pm, Sun Oct 13, 2013.
Posted: Saturday, October 12, 2013 8:56 pm | Updated: 5:17 pm, Sun Oct 13, 2013.

DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. (WAAY) - Last night around 7:15 a man driving down county road 568 in DeKalb County hit a hayride carrying 20 teens. Five were sent to the hospital and one 13 year old girl was airlifted to UAB Hospital.

Austin Love one of the victims on the hayride said, “We thought it was part of it and we figured he would just run up there really fast and then stop at the last second. He got about 14 feet away from us and I looked at my brother and said oh crap he aint gonna stop, and he hit the rear end and then I lost my grip and fell off the trailer and then he smacked another car and hit us again and it knocked my little brother over me.”

The teens were on a Deadwood Farm haunted hayride when the accident happened. According to victims the man tried to flee the scene in his car, that’s when two teens ran after him.

Calab Love one of the victims that ran after the man said, “Well me and my buddy just ran up there and my buddy took his keys from him and I was just kinda standing there and my buddy asked him why he didn't stop. He said he didn’t see the lights, but there is a big yellow light on the back and reflectors all over the trailer”

Billy Rains the Owner of Deadwood Farm said, "I'm glad that as of this morning it seems most all of them have been admitted and released. The ambulance, everybody really handeled it in a professtional way I'm just thankful there wasnt any serious injury.... the good Lord blessed us there."

Reins also says the hayrides will continue. Alabama State Troopers are still investigating the accident, no charges have been filled.


 
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