PICACHO, Ariz. (AP) — Monster truck tours at an Arizona ostrich farm have been suspended following a rollover involving a dozen people.
KVOA-TV in Tucson reports that the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch announced this weekend that it would stop running the tours after a truck overturned Friday with 12 people inside.
Three people who were injured, including the driver, were airlifted to a hospital.
Pinal County sheriff’s spokeswoman Navideh Forghani said Tuesday that all of the injured have been released from hospitals.
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Authorities do not yet know the cause of the rollover or if anyone would face charges.
The ranch’s “Monster Truck Tours” are described as 45-minute educational tours.
The ranch is just off Interstate 10, about 75 miles (121 kilometers) southeast of Phoenix.
Information from: KVOA-TV, http://www.kvoa.com/