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Nottingham man injured in wagon accident suing Hampton Falls orchard
Perkins and her husband, Lloyd, who own Ledgewood Belgian Farms in Epping, were hired by Applecrest to provide the horses and operate the wagon rides. However, the suit said the wagons, poles and other equipment used during the rides were owned and provided by Applecrest.
The Perkinses attempted to stop the horses and prevent serious injuries.
Lloyd Perkins said in an interview that he jumped off his wagon and onto one of his wife’s horses, but fell off.
Representatives from Applecrest could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
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