An autumn pastime turned chaotic recently in Illinois. A haywagon in Kendall County, 55 miles southwest of Chicago, was struck by a car on Saturday, sending 11 out of the 12 passengers on-board to the hospital, authorities confirm.

The incident occurred at roughly 5:30 p.m., with injured passengers being taken to four hospitals. The vehicle is reported to have flipped over upon impact.

ABC7 Chicago reported that three of the injured passengers were taken to Rush Copley Medical Center, where one was said to be in critical condition. Presence Mercy Medical Center in Aurora also received some of the passengers but declined to confirm how many and what condition they were in.

No children were injured in the incident.

Kaitlin Minick, 22, was driving the vehicle at the time of the accident alongside another individual. Minick was ticketed for failure to reduce speed. Locals have confirmed that it is not uncommon in the area for hayrides to move onto roads.

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This is a representational image of a crime-scene tape in Chicago, Illinois, in March 2005. Getty Images/Scott Olson