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A Number of Snow-Related Road Accidents Cause Injuries

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Several motorists suffered non-life threatening injuries due to snowy road conditions in different parts of Wisconsin in early February.

35-year-old Jessika L. McCoy of Sturgeon Bay was traveling north on Thursday, February 7, when she lost control of her Saturn vehicle and slid on an icy patch of road, according to a Door County Sheriff’s Department accident report. She was later taken to Ministry Door County Medical Center for treatment of a broken ankle.

The previous day, February 6th, 21-year-old Sumer R. Ouradnik of Algoma was driving west of Marsh Road in a Buick Century when she drove into a ditch in the town of Brussels after losing control of her vehicle, as stated in the Sheriff accident report. Although Ouradnik’s Buick was badly damaged, she suffered only minor injuries.

A delivery truck driven by Dennis L. Challis struck Daniel J. Adams of Luxemburg while driving a Pontiac on February 2. Adams was with  passenger Arabella Adams when the truck failed to yield the right of way, sending Adams into a ditch. Adams sustained minor injuries.