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Six injured in crash by Shullsburg

TOWN OF SEYMOUR — Five of six people injured in a June 27 accident near Shullsburg were hurt seriously enough to be airlifted to a Madison hospital, according to the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office.

The head-on crash happened at about 11:15 p.m. on County O just north of Dry Bone Road, Town of Seymour.

Cameron S. J. Doyle, 21, Shullsburg, was northbound in a 2016 Chevrolet Cruze when he crossed the centerline and hit a southbound 2013 Dodge.

Doyle was flown by helicopter from the scene to a Madison hospital. His passenger, Hunter D. Alt, 20, Plain, was transported to Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County and then also airlifted to Madison. 

The driver of the Dodge, 34-year-old Heather M. Mick of Shullsburg, and her passenger Twyla M. Mick, 61, also of Shullsburg, along with two children in the vehicle, were all transported to Memorial Hospital.

Three of the four people in the Dodge were then also airlifted to a Madison hospital.

Sheriff Reg Gill said Doyle’s northbound vehicle was over the centerline and partially in the southbound lane at the time of the crash.

“Speed does not appear to be a contributing factor to the crash. However, further investigation is ongoing to determine other contributing factors,” Gill wrote in a news release two days after the crash.

Assisting deputies at the scene were the Shullsburg Fire Department, Shullsburg EMS, Belmont EMS, Southwest Health EMS, Green County EMS of Darlington and the Darlington Fire Department.