10/11 West Bend Fire Department Handles 2 Accidents Within 2 Hours

The West Bend Fire Department responded to two accidents in the city two hours apart Wednesday morning. According to Battalion
Chief Todd Van Langen, the first crash occurred just after at 7:30 a.m. at Silverbrook Drive and Washington Street. A 41-year-old driver was with his 12-year-old daughter and a 13 year-old girl in a car that was T-boned by a pickup truck. The 13-year-old girl was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital and examined for complaints of a headache.  The second accident occurred at 9:20 a.m. in the 2400 block of Washington Street. According to Fire Department sources, it was a three-car, low-speed chain-reaction crash. The
crash involved a 94-year-old driver and his 93-year-old passenger in one car, an 87-yearold driver of another car plus a 45-year-old  female driver of a third car. The crash investigation has revealed that the 45-year-old driver was rear-ended by another car, but fire fighters and police on the scene didn’t know by which car.  The 45 year old woman driver was complaining of some pain and was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital.
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