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Grant Accidents

Two vehicle crash with injuries

On January 12, 2023 at approximately 5:17 PM, the Grant County Sheriff's Office received a report of a two vehicle crash with possible injuries in Jamestown Township near the intersection of Hwy 11 and Rock Cut Rd.

A 2013 Ford Fusion driven by Mary Ubersox, age 66 of Shullsburg, was traveling eastbound on Hwy 11 when she failed to see a 2022 Chrysler Pacifica driven by Matthew Reuter, age 54 of Hazel Green, making a left turn onto Rock Cut Rd. Ubersox struck the rear of Reuter's vehicle forcing it across the intersection to the north and her vehicle continued eastbound striking a guardrail and then traveling south down an embankment before coming to rest. Reuter was taken to Finley Hospital and Ubersox was taken to Mercy Hospital by ambulance to be evaluated for non life threatening injuries. Reuter's vehicle was removed by Kieler Service Center with heavy rear end damage and Ubersox vehicle sustained heavy front end damage and was removed by Al's Towing. Ubersox was cited for Inattentive Driving. The Grant County Sheriff's Office was assisted at the scene by the Wisconsin State Patrol, Dickeyville EMS, Hazel Green EMS, Jamestown Fire, and Jamestown First Responders.


MINOR TWO VEHICLE CRASH

On January 13, 2023 at 7:28 A.M., Harleigh Rath, age 18 of Boscobel, and her mother, Meghann Rath, were driving south on Hwy 61 in Marion Township. Harleigh was driving a her mothers, 2017 Dodge Grand Caravan in the center lane of the three lane highway. Harleigh did not see Tessa Wiegel, age 24 of Boscobel, passing her in the right lane in a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Harleigh moved to the slow lane and during the change of lanes, Harleigh side swiped the Wiegel vehicle. Both vehicles received minor damage and no injures were reported. No charges will be filed in this matter.

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