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Kenosha two-vehicle collision injures two

A two-vehicle collision on Monday, July 20, at the intersection of Sheridan Road and 79th Street in Kenosha left one individual with serious injuries, one with minor injuries, and both involved vehicles totaled.

According to preliminary investigations, a westbound black sedan on 79th Street collided with a blue minivan heading north on Sheridan Road, which was operated by a 32-year-old female. The female suffered an ankle fracture in the incident.

Kenosha Police Sergeant Dan Cooper said the driver of the black sedan, a 23-year-old male who was unresponsive when emergency medical crews took him out of his vehicle, failed to yield the right of way, thus causing the accident.

Witness Brandon Gross said the force of the impact of the collision was so strong that the black sedan driver was found in the passenger seat of his vehicle. The injured driver was taken by Flight for Life to Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee.

If you have been hurt in a car accident in Kenosha because of the reckless or negligence of another party, the experienced Kenosha car accident lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are ready to discuss your situation with you and help you better understand the legal options available to you. Call our offices today at (262) 652-4900 to learn more.

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