Heavy fog is believed to be the contributing factor in two separate five vehicle accidents on Highway 164 and Elmwood Road in Richfield on Wednesday morning. According to Lieutenant Martin Schulteiss from the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, the crash was between two cars, one T-boning the other at the intersection of Highway 164 and Elmwood Road. Two people were injured a sixty year old woman from Hubertis and a fifty year woman from Pewaukee. They were taken to the hospital. That crash caused a second one that involved three cars in a chain-reaction accident. Lieutenant Schulteiss believes a combination of the fog and the first car slowing down as it passed the original accident scene was the cause of a chain reaction crash. Drivers of two of the vehicles in the second crash were slightly injured but no one was hospitalized. Prior to that accident, at about six fifteen a two car collision happened also believed to be fog related happened. The vehicles were traveling along Highway CC at Couinty Highway E. The north bound vehicle failed to see the stop sign and T-boned an east bound car. One car went into the ditch and the north bound car rolled onto its side. Both drivers a fifty one year old man from the Town of Erin and a forty seven year old woman from Hartford were injured and transported to the hospital. Finally, four people suffered minor injuries after a car slowing down in a construction zone was rear-ended on Freistadt Road in Germantown. According to Germantown Police, the accident occurred at 7:10 a.m. when a car driven by a 24-year-old woman was slowing down in a construction zone. The car behind her, driven by a 16-year-old girl, didn’t stop and rear-ended the car. The 24-year-old woman and a 25-year-old woman along with the16year-old girl and a 14-yearold girl were all taken to memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls.