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Kenosha car crash hurts three; Flight for Life called for one victim

The Kenosha Police Department, in an interview with Fox 6 News, reported that a Flight for Life helicopter was called out to the scene of a two-vehicle collision near 57th Avenue and 75th Street in Kenosha on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at around 6 p.m.

The accident involved a white Honda Ridgeline and a white Ford Mustang.

According to preliminary investigations, the Ridgeline was going east on Highway 50 and was trying to make a northbound turn on 57th Avenue when it collided with the Mustang, which was headed west on Highway 50.

The lone occupant of the Ridgeline was taken to a hospital via Flight for Life while the two occupants of the Mustang were taken via land transport to another hospital.

The Wisconsin State Patrol responded to the scene for accident reconstruction.

The aftermath of a car accident can be even more painful to deal with if it was not caused by any fault of your own. If you or a loved one is a recent victim of a car accident in Kenosha that was caused by another party, our attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. may be able to help you obtain financial compensation for any associated injuries and damages. Call our office in Kenosha today at (262) 652-4900.

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