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August 10, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on August 9, 2013:

Traffic Crashes:
At approximately 8:25 A.M., four property damage crashes were reported at the railroad crossing on STH 11/81, near CTH KS, Town of Jefferson, due to a deteriorating railroad tie. Julie M. Miller, age 55, of Monroe, Joyce M. Kubly, age 48, of Monroe, Susan R. Escandell, age 65, of Monroe, and Debra S. Muralt, age 58, of rural Monticello, were all operating separate vehicles that were damaged after traveling over the damaged railroad crossing. All vehicles sustained minor damage with no airbag deployment. The Miller and Escandell vehicles were towed from the scene, while the Kubly and Muralt vehicles were driven from the scene. All vehicle occupants reported seatbelt usage and claimed no injuries. Temporary repairs were made to the crossing by the Green County Highway Department.
 
Property Damage Crash:
At 7:18 P.M., a Deputy responded to Camp Sweet Mini HaHa, located in the Town of Decatur, for a property damage crash. Michael K. Bloyer, age 44, of Monroe, was backing a motor home into a camping lot. Bloyer backed into the front passenger quarter panel of an unoccupied parked vehicle. Bloyer was not injured, was wearing his seatbelt, and there was no airbag deployment. Bloyer's vehicle received very minor damage and was moved to his camping lot. The unoccupied vehicle received moderate damage and remained on scene.
 
GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

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