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Three taken to hospital after collision on Wisconsin 57

A car wreck in Brussels, Wisconsin, that occurred on March 9 left three people with injuries that required medical attention in a hospital. Early reports suggest that the car accident happened when the 19-year-old driver of a Ford Winstar failed to yield the right of way to a 65-year-old driver who was traveling east on County C. A 19-year-old driver, who is Brussels, claimed that the victim of the wreck was in her blindspot. The driver even stopped at a yield sign before pulling onto County C, but she still somehow managed to not spot the other driver. It is reported that both vehicles involved in the accident were severely damaged.

Truck accident results in death of six Wisconsinites

Officials who investigated a fatal crash in Kentucky that resulted in multiple deaths say that the semi-truck driver who crashed into the back of an SUV was distracted. The accident occurred on Interstate 65 and caused the deaths of six people from Wisconsin, including two children. All of the victims of the wrongful death crash were passengers in the SUV. Additionally, two teens were injured and hospitalized. A Wisconsin couple, their foster children, and an elderly neighbor were on their return trip home from a vacation in Florida on the day of the crash. The driver of the semi-truck is from Michigan, and he sustained no injuries. This fatal accident caused delays on the interstate, and a subsequent smaller accident occurred in the opposite lanes of the freeway about 15 minutes later.

2 injured, 1 dead in Afton Bridge accident

On Mar. 3, two vehicles were involved in a head-on collision on the Afton Bridge in Janesville. In the aftermath, the 55-year-old driver of one vehicle was taken to a local hospital while the driver of the other vehicle, whose information was not released, died at the scene. A 21-year-old passenger in the second car was taken to the hospital and reported to be in stable condition.As a result of the car accident, Afton Road was closed to traffic for several hours. Police did not release the identities of the drivers nor the cause of the accident. However, they stated that they believed alcohol was a contributing factor.

One fatality in Wisconsin box truck accident

Law enforcement officials are investigating a fatal accident that left one motorist dead. The incident occurred during the early morning on Feb. 19, and it involved a box truck and a car. The box truck was traveling north on Highway 26 in an area near Oshkosh when it struck a car driving in a southbound lane. Snowy weather conditions were present when the truck accident occurred, and some nearby areas had reported between 2 and 7 inches of snow earlier that morning. As a result of the accident, the driver of the truck was injured, but he was not treated in a hospital. The driver of the car died at the scene.

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