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    Gallery: Amish safety - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    People driving into Unity are greeted by signs warning of horse-driven wagons and buggies near a growing population of Amish farms and businesses along Thorndike Road.

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    An Amish man guides his horse and buggy loaded with children through Unity last year.

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    A cart full of Amish children is pulled by a horse last week through Unity. The roads in Unity and nearby towns are frequently used by Amish farming families. A selectwoman there said there have been no serious accidents on the roads.

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    Levy Miller, left, Mose Miller and Jacob Yoder pour concrete in November 2016 as their uncle, John Miller, mixes it for the work shed that Mose Miller was building at the residence he bought in Whitefield. Mose Miller and several Amish relatives were moving to Whitefield.

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    Levy Miller rips boards for a work shed in November 2016 at the home of his cousin Mose Miller in Whitefield. Mose Miller moved to Whitefield along with several Amish relatives and was planning to live the shed until he renovated his home.

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    A sport utility vehicle hit an Amish buggy Oct. 4 in Whitefield, prompting town officials to discuss possible additional safety measures on town roads.

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    Several buggies with white reflective tape are seen parked in a barn Tuesday at the Hostetler family's farm in Whitefield.

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    This Tuesday photo shows a straight stretch of Route 218 near where a recent car-versus-buggy collision occurred in Whitefield.

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    Several buggies with white reflective tape are seen parked in a barn Tuesday at the Hostetler family's farm on in Whitefield, where town officials are working to find ways to improve safety for new Amish residents who travel by horse and buggy.

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