THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
DRIVER CITEDShown is the Jeep SUV operated by Mikhael S. Parrson, 28, Peshtigo, which crashed into the woods after failing to negotiate a curve at the intersection of Maple St. and East Front St., Peshtigo about 6:36 a..m. Tuesday, Jan .8.
Charge Driver In City Crash
Mikhael S. Parrson, 28, Peshtigo, was cited by Peshtigo Police for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, second offense, as the result of a single vehicle crash about 6:36 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8. His Jeep SUV left the curve at the intersection of Maple St. and East Front St., struck a warning pole, went into the wooded area, rolled over and went down an embankment stopping before entering the Peshtigo River.
Police reported Parrson was traveling west on Maple St. and failed to negotiate the curve. Investigation is continuing.
Assisting Peshtigo Police were the Peshtigo Fire Department, Marinette County Sheriff Department, BAMC Paramedics and Emergency Rescue Squad.
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