Vt. police: Truck hits horses, ridersApril 02,2013Police: Truck hits horses, riders
WOODSTOCK — Vermont police are investigating a crash between a truck and two horses that sent the horseback riders to the hospital.
Woodstock police say a pickup truck hit the horses and riders on Friday on Route 106. The riders — 54-year-old Anne Marie Savino and 28-year-old Christina Phillips — were treated at the hospital and released.
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