Friday, October 10, 2008
Five-year-old Anthony Parreira puffs on his new wiener whistle, left, mother Andrea with 18-month-old sister Samantha listen to colorful stories and puns from hotdoggers Amanda Maurer and LARISA BEACHY.
Bonanza Photo - Jen Schmidt
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile which has toured the country since 1970 made a stop in Incline Village Sunday.
The Wienermobile has traveled to 15 states in the last three months — from Lexington, Ky. to Oregon and now up to Lake Tahoe.
According to Oscar Mayer’s “hotdogger” Larisa Beachy, aka “Lunch Lovin’ Larisa,” it is “buns of fun” traveling in the Wienermobile. She has traveled to dachshund races, fairs and festivals around the country. Click to read the article in the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza - Incline Village,NV,USA
Posted by Watchman at 1:40 PM
Labels: Driving Hazards
Two Amish men and emergency personnel view the scene of a crash on U.S. 23 in Northfield Township, about 40 miles west of Detroit Thursday Oct. 9, 2008. A semitrailer clipped the back of a bus overloaded with members of an Amish church group Thursday, flipping the bus onto its side and sending 14 people to the hospital, including several children, authorities said. (AP Photo/The Ann Arbor News, Lisa Carolin)
By TOM KRISHER NORTHFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A semitrailer clipped the back of a bus overloaded with members of an Amish church group Thursday, flipping the bus onto its side and sending 14 people to the hospital, including several children, authorities said.
Most of those injured suffered cuts and bruises, though four adults and two children were in serious condition. None of the injuries was believed to be life-threatening, police said. The 13-seat bus was carrying 22 people. Click to read more by--
Associated Press writers Corey Williams and Ed White in Detroit contributed to this report.
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