May 19, 2019 4:53 pm

RCMP investigating after horse-drawn buggy crashes into glass window in Lunenburg, N.S.

Nova Scotia RCMP are investigating the collision, which took place on Montague Street in Lunenburg.

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Nova Scotia RCMP are investigating after a collision involving a horse-drawn buggy and a business window in Lunenburg.

Police say that at 12:50 p.m., officers responded to a collision on Montague Street that involved a horse-and-buggy tour.

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It is believed that the horse became spooked and took off running with passengers on board.

The horse struck a parked vehicle before eventually crashing into a glass window at a local business.

The driver and two passengers on board were not injured.

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However, police say the horse received several stitches.

The Mounties say the incident remains under investigation.

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