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2 fatalities in Grant County motorcycle vs. truck crash

| August 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
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The Grant County Sheriff’s Department is reporting that on Wednesday at around 8:09 pm, they were notified of a truck versus motorcycle accident at Stage Road and British Hollow Road in Potosi Township.

The preliminary investigation found that Joseph P Stelpflug, age 21 of Potosi, was traveling north on Stage Road in his 1992 Dodge Pickup approaching the intersection with British Hollow Rd.David Edge, age 59 of rural Potosi, was traveling west on British Hollow Road with Joan Edge, age 59, on their 2011 Harley Davidson motorcycle.  Edge pulled onto Stage Road to head south and Stelpflug attempted to avoid the motorcycle, but a collision occurred.  David and Joan were both ejected from the motorcycle.Joan was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Grant County Coroner’s Office.  David was transported to Grant Regional Health Center by Potosi EMS, but later died as a result of his injuries.  Neither were wearing helmets at the time of the crash. The Wisconsin State Patrol responded and will be completing a total crash reconstruction.

Assisting the Grant County Sheriff’s Office were Potosi Fire, Potosi EMS, Lancaster Police, Wisconsin State Patrol, and Donnie’s Tire and Auto of Dickeyville.  The crash remains under investigation.The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the members of the Potosi Fire Department who volunteered several hours to provide lighting and traffic control while the investigation was complete


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