Turkey Flies Through Windshield, Injures Driver in Jackson County
JACKSON COUNTY, Ind.--A turkey flew through a windshield and injured a person driving a car Monday in Jackson County.
The crash happened on U.S. 50 between Seymour and Brownstown. The driver is recovering.
It is turkey season in Indiana, which means wild turkeys are on the move much more often than usual.
Police are urging you to be mindful of that, especially if you're driving in rural areas.
It’s turkey season....
Today, Trp. Seth Davidson worked a car vs. turkey crash on US 50 between Brownstown and Seymour. The bird came completely through the windshield causing injuries to the driver.
Use caution as the birds are on the move and they can cause serious damage. pic.twitter.com/e4N5BvKiUP
— Sgt. Stephen Wheeles (@ISPVersailles) April 22, 2019
(PHOTO: Indiana State Police)