November 25, 2016:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on November 24, 2016:

Motor Vehicle Crash:

At 1:42 AM, Deputies, Brodhead EMS, Monroe EMS and Juda Fire Department responded to the W2200 Block of Greenbush Road, Town of Decatur, for a motor vehicle crash.  Paul J. Heimann, 72, Juda, was westbound on Greenbush Road when one of his back tires blew out.  Heimann lost control of the vehicle, which entered the north ditch and struck a tree.  Heimann, his passengers, Maylee J. Brauer, 12, Juda, and Royce J. Brauer, 13, Juda, sustained injuries and were transported to Monroe Clinic Emergency Room.  All were wearing their seatbelts and the airbag did not deploy.  The vehicle sustained moderate front-end damage and was towed from the scene.

Motor Vehicle Crash:

At 11:05 AM, Green County Deputies, Monticello Fire/First Response, and New Glarus EMS responded to the N5900 Block for a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed Leona A. Hornick, 78, of Monticello, was northbound on STH 69 when the passenger side tires of her vehicle entered the east gravel shoulder.  Hornick overcorrected to the left and lost control.  The vehicle slid across STH 69 and left the roadway, where it collided with the ditch before coming to rest.  Hornick was wearing a seatbelt and was transported for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash.  The vehicle sustained moderate damage and was towed from the scene.

Motor Vehicle Crash:

At  4:36 PM, Deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Golf Course Road, at Brown Deer Road, in the Town of Decatur.  A van driven by Paul D. Schilling, 74, Brodhead, was going westbound on Golf Course Road when a truck driven by Gary A. Schupbach, 74, Brodhead, was going eastbound on Golf Course Road and made a left turn onto Brown Deer Road.  The vehicles collided.  Schupbach stated he was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt.  There was airbag deployment in Schupbach’s vehicle.  Schilling and his passenger, Helen B. Schilling, 71, Brodhead, sustained injuries and were transported to the hospital by EMS. There was no airbag deployment in the vehicle and they were wearing seatbelts. The vehicles received severe damage and were both towed from the scene.  The Brodhead EMS and Fire Department assisted at the scene.

Submitted by:

Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr. #8

Green County Sheriff’s Department

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