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Three injured in Monroe Co. crash, one seriously

| March 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Three people were injured in a one vehicle crash in Monroe county on Saturday, one of them being medflighted wither possibly life threatening injuries.

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a crash at 5:23 p.m. on CTH G approximately ¼ mile East of Eureka Rd. in the Township of Byron.

According to the Sheriff’s department 24-year-old Ronald Jones and passengers, 20-year-old Elizabeth Shaw and 17-year-old Brandy Shaw, were westbound on Cty Hwy G when Jones lost control of the vehicle and went off road onto the shoulder and struck a tree.

Brandy Shaw was transported with possible life threatening injuries by Tomah Area Ambulance Service to Tomah Memorial Hospital. From there she was flown by Spirit Air of Marshfield to Gundersen Medical Center in LaCrosse. Ronald Jones was also transported by the Tomah Area Ambulance Service to Tomah Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Elizabeth Shaw received minor injuries and was not transported to the Hospital for medical attention.

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was assisted at the scene by the Oakdale First Responders, Tomah Area Ambulance Service, the Oakdale Fire Department, Spirit Air of Marshfield and the Monroe County 911 Communications Center.

The cause of the crash is still under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office


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