Marietta Bontrager Death, Obituary – In the state of Indiana, there was a collision that involved a horse-drawn carriage, sometimes known as a buggy, and a sport utility vehicle, or SUV. Both cars were involved in the collision that occurred. According to the statements made by the local authorities, the occurrence led to the injury of two different people who were not together at the time of the incident. On Thursday, a horse and buggy was travelling southbound on County Road 43 when it was involved in a head-on collision with a Buick Rainier model year 2007 that crossed the centre line and struck with the other vehicle. We received this information from the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office, which was the source of the information.
It was discovered that the individual who had been driving the Buick Rainier at the time of the collision had passed away at the scene of the collision. The car’s driver had over the centre line, which was a contributing factor in the subsequent collision that took place; as a result of the accident, the driver sustained injuries. According to the report that was turned in by WNDU, there were both a woman and another woman riding in the buggy at the time that the collision took place. Marietta Bontrager, who is 57 years old, and her daughter Martha Bontrager, who is 34 years old, are both residents of Middlebury, and the people responsible for the crime have been identified as being the two of them by the police.
Marietta Bontrager is Martha Bontrager’s wife. They have two children together. When Marietta Bontrager was flown to the hospital by helicopter, reports indicate that she was already suffering from a number of different ailments. A shattered femur, fractures to the face, and several lacerations are among these injuries. Martha Bontrager, who was also injured in the accident and required medical attention for her wounds, was transported to the hospital in a helicopter so that she could receive treatment for her facial fractures and lacerations. The information that was provided by the sheriff’s office indicated that a driver in a Buick who was 55 years old was issued a ticket for driving to the left of the centre line and causing bodily injury to another person.
Additionally, the driver was cited for inflicting bodily injury on the other individual. The citation was drafted by the department of the sheriff who was in charge of the area. Within the few minutes that followed the first incidence, there was no information made accessible regarding the horse’s current state of health that was presented.