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Thu January 5, 2012
Woman sues over wagon accident in Washtenaw County
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - An employee of a Michigan market who was paralyzed from the waist down after being run over by a horse-drawn wagon during a hayride has filed a lawsuit.
AnnArbor.com reports 23-year-old Mary Armbruster of Ann Arbor sued Tuesday in Washtenaw County Circuit Court seeking more than $25,000 from Jenny's Dexter Market in Webster Township.
Armbruster claims the market gave her faulty equipment and didn't fix it when she complained.
Jennifer Lambers, who owns the market, declined to comment to Ann Arbor.com. A telephone listing for the market was busy when called Thursday morning by The Associated Press.
The market is a popular weekend destination in Washtenaw County near Dexter, about 40 miles west of Detroit.