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Traffic Accidents: Sept. 12, 2020
Traffic Accidents

Monroe Police

MONROE — A two-vehicle crash with no injuries was reported at 5:19 p.m. Sept. 8. Gregory A. Trumpy, 65, Juda, was eastbound on 8th Street at 1st Avenue when he collided with a northbound vehicle on 1st Avenue driven by a 58-year-old Verona man. Trumpy’s vehicle sustained minor damage. The other vehicle had moderate damage. Trumpy was cited for violating a yellow traffic signal.

Belleville Police

BELLEVILLE — A two-vehicle crash was reported at 4:21 p.m. Sept. 2 on Wis. 69 at Karl Avenue. A New Glarus girl, 16, reported she became distracted and failed to notice that traffic had stopped. Her sedan rear-ended a pickup truck that was waiting for another vehicle to make a turn. Her car’s airbags deployed. The occupants refused on-scene medical care. The crash remains under investigation. The Belleville Fire Department and Belleville EMS assisted police.

Green County Sheriff

MONROE — On Sept. 3:

●  Dustin A. Sell, 21, Juda, was transported by Brodhead EMS to Monroe Clinic ER for treatment of non-life threatening injuries from a motorcycle vs. horse crash reported at 3:21 a.m. in the W800 block of Wis. 11, Town of Spring Grove. He was westbound when his motorcycle collided with a horse in the road. The horse ran off and was not located. Sell was not wearing a helmet. The horse owner was notified of the incident. The Brodhead Fire Department assisted.

●  Ren P. Schulz, 23, McConnell, Illinois, sustained a minor injury in a deer vs. vehicle crash reported at 4:27 a.m. in the N600 block of Wis. 69, Town of Clarno. The vehicle sustained disabling damage, and the airbags deployed. It was towed. The deer was located deceased.

●  Robert M. Davis, 38, Winslow, reported injuries but declined EMS when deputies located a motorcycle crash at 9:11 a.m. Sept. 4 in the W8100 block of Wis. 81, Town of Jordan. He was eastbound when he entered the south ditch, lost control and crashed. He reported wearing protective equipment. The motorcycle sustained severe damage. It was towed. Davis was cited for failure to maintain control of a vehicle and operating a motorcycle without a valid license.

●  Deputies located an abandoned vehicle at 10:10 p.m. Sept. 4 in the W1000 block of Wis. 59, Town of Albany. It appeared to have been involved in a crash. Investigation revealed the vehicle had become disabled and was parked along the highway when it was side-swiped by an unknown vehicle, causing moderate damage. The disabled vehicle was towed.

●  A two-vehicle crash was reported at 8:20 p.m. Sept. 5 in the N3300 block of Wis. 104, Town of Decatur. It remained under investigation.

●  Deputies, the Argyle Fire Department and Argyle EMS responded for a rollover crash with unknown injuries at 11:27 p.m. Sept. 5 in the W8500 block of County C, Town of Adams. Nicholas J. McCormick, 20, Blanchardville, was eastbound when he lost control on a curve. His vehicle then exited via the north ditch, overturned and came to rest in a field. He reported minor injuries and declined EMS. The vehicle sustained severe damage. McCormick was cited for failure to maintain control of a vehicle and failure to notify law enforcement of a crash.

●  A vehicle vs. power pole crash was reported at 12:40 a.m. Sept. 6 in the W2400 block of County C, Town of Brooklyn. William Romanski, 27, Albany, was westbound when he reportedly fell asleep, causing him to lose control. He crossed the center, entered the south shoulder, overcorrected and exited the road via the north ditch, then hit a power pole. He reported injuries but declined EMS. The severely damaged vehicle was towed. Alliant Energy responded to repair the pole. Monticello police assisted deputies on scene. Romanski was cited for transporting open intoxicants, failure to maintain control of a vehicle, failure to notify law enforcement of a crash and hit-and-run on property adjacent to a highway.

●  Robert J. Field, 63, Monroe, sustained non-life threatening injuries in a motorcycle crash reported at 12:06 p.m. Sept. 7 in the Town of Cadiz. He was on Wis. 11 and attempting to turn south onto Cadiz Springs Road when he lost control due to gravel in the road. The motorcycle overturned, ejecting Field. He was taken by Green County EMS to Monroe Clinic ER. The Browntown Fire Department assisted deputies.