New Salem, ND- At around 8:30 a.m. this morning, a SUV carrying a family of 4 struck a horse buggy on Co Rd 139. The family from New York were on vacation and merrily on their way to New Salem, North Dakota to visit ‘Salem Sue’ or ‘The World’s Largest Holstein Cow’. Salem Sue is the worlds largest fiberglass holstein cow sculpture situated on School Hill between the city of New Salem and I-94 Highway. The driver stated they were driving down Co Rd 139 when then went around a bend and hit a horse buggy that was in the middle of the road.
“I wasn’t expecting to see a horse buggy,” the driver said. “I really didn’t think people still used those things. I mean it’s 2012 for christ’s sake.”
“Grandma just wants to see the largest fiberglass cow sculpture before she dies,” one of the kids said crying.
After the crash, the horse carrying the buggy was seen taking a large dump on the road and running excitedly into the horizon. Presumably happy to be free from his slave labor. The driver of the buggy was not injured.
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