(Wyo.)-Woman Gets Two Days In Jail For Casper Wagon Crash
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A woman has been sentenced to two days in jail for crashing her SUV into a horse-drawn wagon in Casper last summer.
Natrona County Circuit Judge Michael Huber also fined Autumn Middleton $200, plus court costs on Wednesday.
Middleton pleaded no contest on Wednesday to careless driving.
Police say the crash happened shortly after noon July 10 as the wagon was traveling home from a parade in downtown Casper. Authorities say Middleton rear-ended the wagon.
Three people in the wagon were injured, and two horses had to be euthanized.
Middleton's attorney noted that his client did not face a speeding violation and the wagon did not have a warning emblem for slow moving vehicles.
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