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October 01, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on September 30, 2013: 

Traffic Crash:
At 7:28 A.M., Deputies, along with Monroe Fire and Green County EMS, responded to the N1500 block of Jeffrey Road, Town of Clarno, for a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed Karen A. Signer, age 62, of rural Browntown, was southbound on Jeffrey Road when she lost control of her vehicle and left the east side of the road. The vehicle struck a fence post and tree, which caused moderate damage to the vehicle and airbag deployment. She and her passenger, Dale A. Signer, age 66, of rural Browntown, were transported by EMS for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. Both subjects were wearing seat belts. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Karen will be cited for Operating with an Expired Driver’s License.
Traffic Crash:
At 7:48 A.M., Deputies responded to the N1500 block of Clarno Road, Town of Clarno, for a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed Joel R. Faith, age 16, of Monroe, was southbound on Clarno Road when he met a northbound vehicle. Faith veered off the west side of the road and lost control after overcorrecting. The vehicle traveled across Clarno Road, left the east side of the road, and struck a tree. Faith was wearing a seatbelt and was not injured. The vehicle sustained extensive damage with no airbag deployment. It was removed from the scene by the owner.
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 10:14 A.M., a Deputy responded to the W1800 block of STH 11, Town of Spring Grove, for a vehicle vs. deer crash. Investigation revealed Carol J. Rudd, age 89, of Janesville, was westbound on STH 11 when a deer entered the roadway and collided with her vehicle. Rudd was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. Her 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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