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Drivers hospitalized after Sheboygan County 2-vehicle wreck

On August 11, two vehicle drivers were hospitalized in the rural portion of Sheboygan County after a collision, a sheboyganpress.com article reported.

Reports from Sergeant Blaine Spicer of the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s department said that at about 5:00 a.m. a two-vehicle accident occurred on the crossway of State Highway 42 and County Highway FF. A vehicle driven by 60-year-old William Hoberg was reportedly hit by a vehicle driven by 61-year-old Mary Jo Hall. Spicer stated that Hoberg’s vehicle proceeded after the traffic stop sign before the collision occurred. Due to face injuries she sustained from the crash, Hall was immediately taken to St. Nicholas Hospital. A citation was issued to Hoberg after authorities found out that he failed to yield to the stop sign. Hoberg sought a medical checkup for possible injuries.

A lot of people unfortunately suffer debilitating injuries in car accidents that are caused by irresponsible drivers. However, if this happens to you in Madison, the legal team of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® may possibly help you get financial assistance for a fast recovery. Find out how we may help you pursue reckless drivers today by calling (608) 255-6663.    

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