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CRASH VEHICLESMarinette Co. Sheriff, Jerry Sauve, is pictured examining the vehicle in which a 22 year old woman was critically injured in a two vehicle accident Tuesday, April 22 on Hwy. 141 near Middle Inlet.
2 Injured In Crash Near Middle Inlet
A 22-year-old Pembine woman and a 59-year-old woman from the Wausaukee area were injured about 5:50 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, on U.S. 141 near the Middle Inlet and Wausaukee townline.
Marinette County Sheriff Jerry Sauve reported dispatch was notified at 5:52 p.m.
Preliminary information revealed a northbound four door sedan operated by the Pembine woman crossed the centerline and struck a southbound pick-up truck operated by the Wausaukee area woman.
The Pembine woman was critically injured and taken to Bay Area Medical Center and later flown to a Green Bay Hospital. The Wausaukee area woman was taken to BAMC.
Responding to the scene were sheriff department officers, fire departments from Wausaukee and Middle Inlet, rescue squads from Wausaukee and Crivitz and Bay Area Medical paramedics.
Non-commercial vehicle traffic was detoured around the crash scene and commercial vehicles were alternated through the scene. The crash remains under investigation by the sheriff department. Additional information and names of the drivers, who were alone in their vehicles, will be released at a later time.
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