Jack Rabbit Causes Monroe Accident
Published on May 17, 2013 at 11:30AM
The driver of a vehicle that rolled in Monroe Wednesday said that a jack rabbit caused her to loose control of the vehicle. 18-year-olds Kaedee Linton og Monroe and Weston Farrer of Annabella were traveling south on Bohman Road when they lost control on a sharp corner after a jackrabbit ran in front of them. The vehicle spun around a went into a small ditch and fence, causing it to roll and land on it’s top. Linton, who was the driver of the vehicle, had neck and back pain and was transported by ambulance to the hospital. Farrer was not injured.