Police: Person run over by hay wagonStaff Report | October 07,2012BENSON — An unidentified person who was acting as a role player at a “haunted hayride” was flown by helicopter to the Albany, N.Y., Medical Center for treatment after being run over by a hay wagon on Saturday evening, according to Trooper Joseph Duca, of the Vermont State Police.
Duca did not provide any information, such as gender, age or home town, about the victim but and said the person’s condition was unknown at the time of the press release which was sent around 1:50 a.m. on Sunday.
In a press release, Duca said the incident was reported from Old Lake Road in Benson around 8:50 p.m. on Saturday.
Members of the Benson Fire Department, Fair Haven Rescue, the Fair Haven and Castleton police departments, Vermont Fish and Wildlife and the Vermont State Police responded.
Police are asking anyone to witnessed the incident to contact the Vermont State Police at the Rutland barracks at 773-9101.MORE IN This Just In
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