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September 13, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on September 12, 2013: 

Traffic Crash:
At 9:44 A.M., Deputies, Green County EMS and Browntown First Response responded to a motorcycle crash on CTH M, just south of Babler Road, Town of Cadiz. Investigation revealed Vicki J. Vallero-Jackson, age 62, of rural Browntown, was on Babler Road and stopped at the stop sign with CTH M.  Vallero-Jackson attempted to make a left turn to go south on CTH M when she lost control of the motorcycle and struck a guardrail. She was transported for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. Vallero-Jackson was wearing a helmet. The motorcycle and the guardrail were not damaged.
 
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 7:33 P.M., a Deputy responded to the N6900 block of STH 69, Town of New Glarus, for a vehicle vs. deer crash. Investigation revealed Martin A. Andersen, age 52, of New Glarus, was northbound when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle. Andersen was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. The vehicle sustained moderate damage, with no airbag deployment, and was driven from the scene.
 
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 7:56 P.M., a Deputy responded to the N3500 block of Hiawatha Road, Town of Jordan, for a vehicle vs. deer crash. Investigation revealed Kristine L. Young, age 52, of Monroe, was southbound when a deer entered the roadway and collided with her vehicle. Young was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. The vehicle sustained moderate damage, with no airbag deployment, and was driven from the scene.
 
GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

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