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Traffic Accidents: Oct. 13, 2017
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Green County Sheriff

MONROE - On Tuesday:

• Injuries were reported from a car vs. deer crash at 1:33 a.m. Tuesday in the N2900 Block of County S, Town of Sylvester. James W. Kuhlmeier, 65, Dakota, Illinois, sustained minor injuries in the collision and declined medical treatment.

• Injuries were reported from a car vs. deer crash at 2:53 a.m. in the N7900 block of County CC, Town of Exeter. Peter S. Ringgenberg, 46, Monroe, sustained minor injuries in the collision and declined medical attention. The vehicle was disabled in the collision and towed. Ringgenberg was cited for operating a motor vehicle without insurance.

• No injuries were reported in a deer vs. two-car crash at 7:04 a.m. on Wisconsin 104 north of Borchardt Road, Town of Decatur. Shawn M. Cook, 43, Brodhead, was traveling north when a deer collided with the front of her vehicle. The deer went airborne and collided with a southbound vehicle operated by Matthew B. Thomson, 24, Evansville. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and were towed from the scene.

• No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at 11:05 a.m. at the intersection of County K and Town Center Road, Town of Jefferson. Brian J. Indergand, 55, Monroe, was operating a blacktop paving machine. An unknown vehicle was stopped on the shoulder. A bus operated by Patricia D. Poppe, 56, Monroe, was traveling between the paving machine and the unknown vehicle when it collided with part of the paving machine. The bus sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene. The paving machine sustained minor damage.

On Wednesday:

• Rebeca J. Panos, Warren, reported a car vs. deer crash in the W2500 block of Smock Valley Road, Town of Cadiz.

Lafayette County Sheriff

DARLINGTON - A single-vehicle rollover accident was reported at 8:33 p.m. Wednesday on County O, Town of White Oak Springs. Brandon J. Baker, 27, High Point, North Carolina, was passing a vehicle when he lost control of the semi he was driving, causing it to roll and come to a rest on its side. Minor injuries were reported from the accident. The 2015 International semi sustained moderate damage and was towed. The Shullsburg Fire Department and Shullsburg EMS assisted deputies on scene. Baker was cited for passing in a no-passing zone, failure to maintain control of a vehicle and operating a commercial vehicle without a commercial license.