October 30, 2013: Daily News Release
The following incidents occurred on October 29, 2013:
At 6:37 a.m., Deputies were dispatched to a car/deer accident that occurred on STH 69, south of Exeter Crossing Road, New Glarus Township. Dustin J. Campbell, 27, of Madison, was traveling north on STH 69 when a deer ran into the roadway and collided with his vehicle. Campbell was not injured in the accident and was wearing a seat belt. No air bags were deployed on his vehicle. Campbell's vehicle sustained moderate damage and was driven from the scene.
At 9:45 a.m., Deputies investigated a motor vehicle crash on Mings Road, west of Jeffrey Road, Town of Clarno. JoAnn J. Dobbins, 69, Monroe, advised she had been travelling east on Mings Road when she encountered a westbound small red vehicle travelling down the middle of the road. Dobbins took evasive action, went off road right and struck a low embankment, causing moderate undercarriage damage. The identity, vehicle make, model and further description of the other vehicle is not known at this time.
At 6:33 p.m., Laurie A. Fuller, 48, of New Glarus, was southbound on CTH O, south of Pioneer Road, in the Town of New Glarus, when she collided with a deer. Fuller was not injured in the crash and was wearing her seat belt. The air bags did not deploy in her vehicle. The vehicle had moderate damage to it and she was able to drive it from the accident scene.
Patrol Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr. #8
At approximately 3:47 PM, Green County Deputies, along with the Monroe Fire Department, Browntown Fire Department, Green County EMS, and the Wisconsin State Patrol responded to a two-vehicle crash on STH 11 and Patterson Road in Monroe Township.
An investigation revealed that a vehicle driven by Holly N. Schlappi, 30, of Warren, IL, was westbound on STH 11 when she crossed the center line and struck an eastbound semi that was driven by Derek A. Skattum, 23, of Monroe. Schlappi sustained injuries from the crash and was transported by Green County EMS to the Monroe Emergency Room. Schlappi was later transported by Med Flight from the Monroe Emergency Room to UW Hospital. Skattum sustained injuries from the crash but declined to be transported by EMS to the hospital.
Schlappi was wearing her seat belt and the air bag deployed in her vehicle. Skattum was wearing his seat belt and his vehicle was not equipped with air bags. Both vehicles sustained severe damage to them and both were towed from the scene. The crash remains under investigation.
Deputy Bernie Roidt #18
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