wild turkey, the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
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As the Taraboczhias were travelling west on US 20, the tom flew into the windshield of their rented vehicle, the sheriff’s office said Tuesday.
The turkeys are in the midst of their mating season and are more active than usual, presenting a hazard similar to that posed by deer, the sheriff’s office said.
— An Emerson family returning from a trip to visit the University of Notre Dame was involved in a gruesome collision with a 30-lb.
Durham car flips, crashes following shooting
Nobody was seriously injured in the crash, but one passenger in the car had a gunshot wound, police said.
Police said the gunshot wound was non-life threatening.
You must enter the characters with black color that stand out from the other charactersMessage: * A friend wanted you to see this item from WRAL.com: http://wr.al/17hV0— Durham police are investigating after a car crashed following a shooting Tuesday evening.
Authorities said a fight occurred just before 6 p.m. in a park when a suspect in a car took off at a high rate of speed, lost control, flipped over and landed in a ditch on Argonne Drive.
Charges are pending in connection to the shooting and crash.
Wild turkey crashes through windshield of New Jersey family’s car
A New Jersey family won’t be eating this turkey come Thanksgiving.
This vehicle struck a wild turkey on US 20 near Wilhelm Road this morning.
The outlet reported that the Taraboczhia family refused medical treatment because they didn’t want to miss their flight.
The turkey died on impact, and three of the four people in the car suffered minor injuries from flying glass.
According to the La Porte County Sheriff’s Office the family was on their way to O’Hare International Airport to head back to New Jersey when a wild turkey took flight into the path of their vehicle.
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