Oxford County OPP say three young children and a man suffered serious injuries following a crash involving a minivan and a horse and buggy in Zorra Township.
Emergency crews were dispatched to Road 92 just after 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
Const. Ed Sanchuk said it appears the van rear-ended the buggy and one child in the buggy was ejected.
That child along with the other two children, who are all under the age of 10, and their 41-year-old father in the buggy were taken to hospital with serious injuries.
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In a second update, Sanchuk said all four were listed in stable condition.
Sanchuk said the horse was also injured but is expected to live.
The 87-year-old driver of the van was not injured but was charged with careless driving.
Sanchuk urged drivers who use back roads in Zorra Township to slow down.
“This collision did not need to happen,” he said.
Road 92 was closed between 15th and 19th line for the investigation.