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Traffic Accidents: Feb. 17, 2015
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Green County Sheriff

MONROE - Allen E. Beadle Jr., 68, East Dubuque, Ill., was uninjured in a deer vs. vehicle accident that occurred in the W6500 block of Wisconsin 11, Town of Monroe, at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Beadle was eastbound when a deer ran into the roadway and hit his vehicle. The vehicle was moderately damaged and driven from the scene.

• Dristen J. Kriebs, 19, Belleville, was uninjured in a deer vs. vehicle crash in the W8600 block of Wisconsin 39, York Township, at 6:18 p.m. Saturday. Kriebs was westbound when a deer ran into his vehicle. The vehicle was moderately damaged and driven from the scene.

• David D. Olsen, 21, Madison, sustained minor injuries in a rollover crash on County J south of Hustad Valley Road, Town of York, at 10:39 a.m. Sunday. Olsen was northbound on County J when he lost control of his vehicle in a curve and left the roadway where the vehicle overturned. Olsen refused medical treatment at the scene. The vehicle was severely damaged and was towed from the scene.

Lafayette County Sheriff

DARLINGTON - Sarah Metzger, 40, Normal, Ill., reported hitting a deer with her vehicle on Wisconsin 81, Darlington Township, at 7:35 p.m. Friday.

• No injuries were reported in a two-truck accident on County G, Willow Springs Township. Guy Taylor, 57, Verona, was cited at 11:16 a.m. Sunday, for failure to stop after his southbound vehicle on Furnace Hill pulled in front of a eastbound vehicle on County G, driven by Dennis Rouse, 59, Darlington. Rouse was cited for no registration and no proof of insurance. Both trucks were severely damaged and were towed from the scene.

New Glarus Police

NEW GLARUS - New Glarus police assisted Green County deputies in searching for a three-vehicle accident reportedly on Wisconsin 39 near County J, Town of York, at 10 p.m. Wednesday. Investigation revealed there was no accident. New Glarus Fire Department and EMS were also paged for the reported accident.