Man airlifted to sanatorium after Chippewa County crash

Chippewa County (Press Release) – On Friday, around 5:00 a.m. the Village of Lake Hallie Police and a Chippewa Fire District responded to a dual automobile collision on STH-124, in a Village of Lake Hallie.

Information accessible indicates that a newcomer automobile (2005 Hyundai 4dr) struck a side of a almost trailer. The almost tractor trailer was attempting a branch scheme when a collision occurred. The newcomer automobile was streamer southbound from a instruction of a City of Chippewa Falls. The semi-trailer was creatively streamer north firm only before to a branch maneuver.

The almost tractor trailer user indicated that he was roving north firm when he satisfied that he was streamer in a wrong direction. The user of a semi-tractor trailer afterwards attempted to make a u-turn during a plcae on STH-124 that did not demarcate branch maneuvers. It was during this branch scheme that a newcomer automobile struck a semi-tractor trailer in a center of a trailer apportionment of a unit.

The user of a semi-tractor trailer was a 45 year aged masculine from Ingalls IN. The user of a almost was not injured. The user and a newcomer in a automobile were both injured, and a motorist was reported to be in critical condition. The newcomer automobile occupants are an aged integrate from a Cadott area.

Further information is not being expelled during this time due to a inlet of a injuries and a presentation of family members. The Wisconsin State Patrol was requested to support a Lake Hallie Police with an collision reconstruction. It does not seem that ethanol was a cause in a collision though any exam formula are not nonetheless known. The State Patrol reformation review will support in last if speed was a factor. The matter is still underneath review and no charges have been filed tentative serve investigation.

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Chippewa County (WQOW) – A critical pile-up close down a bustling highway for a integrate of hours Friday morning.

The Chippewa County Sheriff’s Department says it happened around 5:00 a.m., involving a almost and a automobile on Highway 124 nearby 40th Avenue. Lake Hallie Police contend a almost headed northbound was concerned in a U-turn, when a automobile headed southbound struck a semi.

The masculine motorist of a automobile was airlifted to a sanatorium in critical condition. His womanlike newcomer was also injured. We do not know her condition during this time. The almost motorist was not injured.

Both a northbound and southbound lanes of Highway 124 were sealed for several hours. That area has given been privileged and a lanes are open.

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Chippewa County (WQOW) – Travel Alert UPDATE: The Chippewa County Sheriff’s Department says all lanes of Highway 124 are now open, after an early morning crash.

The sheriff’s dialect says it happened around 5:00 a.m., involving a almost and a car. Both a northbound and southbound lanes of Highway 124 were sealed for several hours. That area has given been privileged and a lanes are open. We have a contributor on scene, and we’ll be certain to share some-more information as shortly as it becomes available.

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Chippewa County (WQOW) – Travel Alert UPDATE: The DOT now says a southbound AND northbound lanes of Hwy 124 in Chippewa County are sealed after a pile-up between a automobile and almost Friday morning.

The occurrence reportedly happened on Hwy 124 and 40th Ave. Again, all lanes of 124 southbound and northbound are blocked right now while crews work to transparent a area. If you’re headed in that direction, it’s suggested we take another route. We have a contributor headed to a scene, and we’ll refurbish this building story as we learn more.


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