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Date: 19.10.2018, 18:50 / View: 91381

The following incidents occurred on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018:

 Motor Vehicle Crash:

 At 3:29 AM, Deputies responded to a two-vehicle crash on the exit ramp from STH 11 to STH 81, Town of Monroe. Jolee E. Ubersox, 25, of South Wayne, was traveling westbound on STH 11 when she attempted to exit STH 11.  Ubersox then failed to stop at the stop sign with STH 81, due to the snow and ice-covered roadway.  Ubersox traveled through the intersection and was struck by Mary J. Hamilton, 46, of Monroe.

 Ubersox and Hamilton reported wearing their seatbelts and sustained no injuries.  Both vehicles sustained damage, there was no air bag deployment in either vehicle, and both were driven from the scene.  Ubersox was cited for Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign and released pending court.

 Motor Vehicle Crash:

 At 6:39 AM, Deputies, Green County EMS, and Juda First Response responded to the W4000 Block of State Highway 11, Town of Sylvester, for report a motor vehicle crash.

Investigation found that Mike S. Paulson, 56, of Monroe, was westbound on State Highway 11 when he lost control on the ice/snow-covered roadway and entered the ditch and overturned the vehicle onto its side. Mike reported wearing a seatbelt, there was no airbag deployment, and he was not injured during the crash. The vehicle sustained functional damage and was towed from the scene.

 Motor Vehicle Crash:

 At 6:52 AM, Deputies, Green County EMS, and the Juda Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash in the W3200 Block of STH 11, Town of Sylvester.  A driver, identified as Tatum Y. Jackson, 20, of Browntown, was traveling east on STH 11 when the vehicle in front of her began to slow down and stop.   Jackson was not able to slow down and stop in time and she struck the vehicle in front of her.

Jackson sustained minor injuries and declined medical attention. Jackson’s vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene.  The airbags did not deploy and Jackson was wearing a seatbelt.

The second driver was identified as Andrew P. Boom, 30, of Monroe.  Andrew was stopped in the lane of traffic and was yielding to the right of way for emergency vehicles when he was rear-ended. 

Boom was transported to the hospital for minor injuries. His vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene.  The airbags did not deploy and Boom was wearing a seatbelt.

Jackson was cited for going Too Fast for Conditions and released pending her court date.

Motor Vehicle Crash:

At 7:13 AM, while en route to another accident, Deputies located a vehicle in the ditch of the W3400 Block of STH 11, Town of Sylvester, and stopped to investigate. While stopped, a three-vehicle crash occurred. Juda Fire Department, Green County EMS and Wisconsin State Patrol responded to the scene.

Vehicle #1 was stopped directly behind the squad car, Vehicle #2 was stopped directly behind Vehicle #1, Vehicle #3 was unable to get stopped and slid into the rear end of Vehicle #2.  After being struck, Vehicle #2 was then pushed into Vehicle #1.

Operator of Vehicle #1 was Todd R. Meier, 58, of Monroe.  Todd reported no injuries, was wearing a seatbelt and no airbags deployed in his vehicle.  Vehicle #1 sustained minor damage and was driven away from the scene by Todd.

Operator of Vehicle #2 was Alyssa M. Ubersox, 27, of Monroe. Alyssa was wearing a seatbelt and no airbags deployed in her vehicle.  Vehicle #2 sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene.

Operator of Vehicle #3 was Erika A. Duecker, 18, of Monroe. Erika was wearing a seatbelt and no airbags deployed.  Erika was transported to the hospital for her injuries.  The vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene.

Vehicle #2 and Vehicle #3 were impounded and the investigation continues.

Motor Vehicle Crash:

At 9:07 AM, Deputies were advised of a motor vehicle crash that occurred in the N9000 Block of CTH J, Town of York.

The investigation found that Nancy V. Ostby, 56, of rural New Glarus, was northbound on CTH J when she failed to negotiate the curve, left the roadway, and struck a wooden post. It is unknown if Nancy had her seatbelt on at the time of the crash and she was not injured.  The vehicle received functional damage and was towed from the scene.

 

Patrol Deputy Adam J. Bass #14

Green County Sheriff’s Office

 


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