Amish Girl Fatally Shot in Buggy

Ohio police say the 15-year-old was leaving a Christmas party.
1:18 | 12/20/11

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There are still a lot of unanswered questions in rural -- county the sheriff's department there says fifteen year old Rachel Yoder died after being shot in the head. While she was sitting in a -- but -- couldn't -- Investigators spent the day searching the fields around county road 229. Just south west of Worcester. Where the shooting happened it's a -- to the community the small tight knit group of people who live here aren't sure what to think. This is a place where you feel they should be say. One man I spoke with here in the nearby town of mount hope says some of the Amish children who usually the when the horse and buggy and run errands themselves. Aren't going anywhere now without their parents. And one man who drives people in the Amish and mennonite communities to stores is changing how he's doing things to. Take more precaution and uninsured but I have young people with damaged -- -- get into the homes and so why. The -- -- the -- -- -- people don't know for sure if the shooting was intentional or just a bad accident. The sheriff's department says until it's proven otherwise they're treating this as a homicide. The Holmes county sheriff's department says they're spending the weekend gathering information and going through evidence and autopsy for Rachel Yoder was scheduled for sometime today. In Holmes county I'm Josh boost news channel five.

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