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Early morning crash near Juda injures driver
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SYLVESTER TOWNSHIP - One person had minor injuries in a four-vehicle accident involving a semi tractor near Juda early this morning.

Deputies, along with the Juda fire department, Monroe EMS, Wisconsin State Patrol inspectors, and Green County Highway Department personnel responded at 5:42 a.m. to the W3300 block of Wisconsin 11/81 in Sylvester Township.

Gayle S. Mammosser, 70, of Davis, Illinois, was westbound when, believing she was on a four-lane highway, she attempted to pass a truck. An eastbound semi tractor and trailer operated by Benjamin G. Meyer, 33, of New Vienna, Iowa attempted to avoid the collision by swerving but was sideswiped by Mammosser's vehicle. Meyer's semi then overturned coming to rest on the road.

Shawn D. Heidenreich, 40, of Monroe was westbound operating the truck that Mammosser was attempting to pass. After Mammosser sideswiped the semi, her vehicle then collided with Heidenreich's truck.

The fourth vehicle was eastbound on Wis. 11 and was operated by Ann M. McKinley, 50, of Warren, Illinois. McKinley then struck Mammosser's vehicle.

Mammosser was transported by EMS to Monroe Clinic Hospital for minor injuries. Her vehicle had severe damage and was towed by from the scene. Mammosser will be cited for unsafe passing.

Meyer was not injured in the crash and was wearing his seat belt.

There was severe damage to the semi. The semi trailer was full of bags of feed. The semi was towed from the scene after a post crash inspection by the Wisconsin State Patrol.

Heidenreich was not injured in the crash. The truck had moderate damage. Heidenreich will be cited for not having a valid drivers license.

McKinley had moderate damage to her vehicle and she drove it from the scene.

The roadway was opened at 10:19 a.m.