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Hit-and-run crash with injuries in neighboring Dodge County


Sept. 24, 2017 – Dodge Co., WI – At approximately 8:34 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office took reports of a hit and run injury crash on STH 60 near CTH R in the Township of Hustisford involving a motorcycle and a white or silver truck.

The initial investigation shows the motorcycle was traveling eastbound on STH 60, with traffic following behind it, when a silver or white Ford truck began passing multiple vehicles.

The truck was also eastbound and merged back into the eastbound lane, sideswiping the motorcycle causing the operator of the motorcycle to lose control.  The motorcycle operator and passenger were ejected from the motorcycle and neither subject was wearing a helmet.

The truck fled the scene and was last seen eastbound on STH 60.  The motorcycle driver was taken by ambulance to Aurora Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries.  The passenger on the motorcycle was taken by Flight For Life from the scene and taken to Aurora Summit Hospital with suspected serious but non-life-threatening injuries.  No names are being released for at least 24 hours following this press release.

The Sheriff’s Office was assisted at the scene by the Hustisford Police Department, Hustisford Fire and First Responders, Watertown Paramedics, Lebanon EMS, Flight For Life, and DCERT.  The crash is under investigation by the Crash Investigation Team (CIT).

Also, we ask that anyone who witnessed the crash or has information regarding this crash to please contact the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office at 920-386-3726.  The description of the truck involved was potentially a Ford Super Duty, white or silver truck, possibly a ¾ ton truck, with side mirrors with marker lights and a newer model.


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