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May 06, 2017:  Daily Release

The following incidents were reported on Friday, May 5, 2017: 

FARM ACCIDENT:

 

            At 11:55 a.m., the Green County Sheriff's Office, Monticello FD, Monroe EMS, and Med Flight all responded to the N4800 block of CTH J, Monroe Township, for a Farm Tractor Accident. Investigation revealed that Cheryl R. McGuire, 46, of Monroe, WI, became pinned between the metal arm and the tractors bucket. As a result of the incident and her injuries sustained during the crash McGuire was flown to the hospital. 

 

 

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH:

 

            At 2:33 p.m., the Green County Sheriff's Office responded to a one-vehicle crash in the N8000 block of Loyalty Road, York Township. Investigation revealed that Elsbeth F. Lame, 80, of Blanchardville, WI, was going southbound on Loyalty Road. While negotiating a curve, she crossed the center line, striking a bridge. Lame was not injured and reported seatbelt usage. Lame was not trapped nor did she require extrication from her vehicle. Lame’s vehicle sustained severe damage and the airbags did not deploy. The vehicle was towed from the scene.

 

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH WITH INJURIES:

            At 3:46 p.m., the Green County Sheriff's Office, Belleville PD, Brooklyn FD, Brooklyn EMS, Oregon FD, Oregon EMS and Evansville EMS, responded to the W1600 block of Mortenson Road, Brooklyn Township, for a one-vehicle crash with injuries. Investigation revealed that Ashley N. Ring, 30, of McFarland, WI, was eastbound on Mortenson Road. Ring was accessing her GPS on her cellphone when she entered the south shoulder and collided with a traffic sign, the vehicle then crashed into a guard rail. Ring sustained serious injuries and was transported to the hospital. A 6-year-old juvenile female was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and a 2- year-old juvenile male was transported for non-life threatening injuries. All subjects were wearing either seatbelts or properly secured in Child Safety Seats. None of the occupants required extrication. The vehicle’s airbags deployed and it was towed from the scene. Ring will be cited for Inattentive Driving. 

 

Patrol Deputy Scott A. Ellefson #20

Green County Sheriff’s Office

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