Belfast stable owner claims ex-boyfriend ran her over with pickup truck


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A Belfast woman claims she suffered permanent injuries last month when an ex-boyfriend ran over her with his pickup truck that was attached to a horse trailer outside the Tabasco Training Stables.

Megan Winchester, 38, sued Marvin Yoder, 33, of Zearing, Iowa, and his company, Yoder Equine Transportation LLC, on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Bangor. Cases are filed in federal court when the opposing parties live in different states and the damages sought total more than $75,000.

Winchester is seeking unspecified damages for the injuries allegedly inflicted on May 8 at her Andrews Lane horse farm, where she also resides. Winchester faces the permanent loss of use of her dominant right arm, the complaint said. She suffered severe nerve damage, pain, and likely will be unable to continue training horses.

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