At least two people were hospitalized Sunday after a hayride tipped over at Camp Dearborn in Milford, according to media reports.
According to the Detroit Free Press, 18 people were on the hayride when it tipped over on Sunday after 5 p.m. Multiple people were injured, but a Milford police official told the Dearborn Press & Guide that none appeared to be serious.
"There were injuries to some participants," said a post on Camp Dearborn's Facebook page. "Most were treated on site and have since left the campground ... Later scheduled hayrides proceeded without issue."
Many people commented on the post, saying they thought hayride drivers at the camp have shown a history of "extreme" driving.
"When we were out there a couple weeks ago, when we went to pass another hayride, the drivers were playing chicken with each other, swerving out of the way at the last minute," wrote Samantha Lampear.
"Praying everyone is ok..." she wrote. "The hayrides are very dangerous and I know people have complained in the past- even the ones during the summer are out of control...they come speeding through the field where kids are playing and have come too close on my opinion to running someone down."
But others said they saw nothing out of the ordinary with the camp's hayrides.
"Sorry to hear that!" Nidal Unis wrote. "I was there last weekend and I went with my kids on the hayride and been doing so for the past ten years and we've never had a problem. Last week especially the guy who drove the hayride was very professional and was not speeding!"
Camp Dearborn is owned and operated by the city of Dearborn.
What has your hayride experience at Camp Dearborn been like?