CLAY CENTER, Neb. — Clay County sheriff’s officials say six children have been injured in a crash involving a holiday trolley at Clay Center.

Clay County Sheriff Jeff Franklin told television station KSNB that the crash occurred when the trolley hit an SUV just before 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Clay County fairgrounds.

Franklin says the children were taken to a Hastings hospital by ambulances for treatment of broken bones, cuts and bruises. None of the injuries was believed to have been life-threatening.

The trolley is a 1940’s model owned by the Clay County Historical Society.

Franklin say no citations have been issued in the crash.


Information from: KSNB-TV, http://www.nbcneb.com.

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