Police in Ashland, Ohio, say they have charged an Amish man with driving left of center after he clipped a motorist during a horse-and-buggy race.
Law enforcement officials say Jacob Raber was the man behind the reins when a horse carriage struck a car on Route 758 on Sunday, Fox 8 News reports.
But when the horse-powered vehicle crossed the center line, it clipped an oncoming car, according to investigators.
Raber reportedly suffered scratches and cuts in the accident. His three passengers and the motorist escaped unharmed.
This isn't the first time police have busted a carriage driver for reckless riding.
Last year, officers in Leon, N.Y., charged a 17-year-old Amish youth with underage possession of alcohol and overdriving an animal, among other charges, after he allegedly led officers on a low-speed chase in his buggy.
Read more at Fox 8.
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