No injuries were reported after a Badger Bus caught fire in Beaver Dam on Thursday. The fire department says employees of Badger Bus and the United Cooperative moved several buses that were in the vicinity of the fire.
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The impact of the crash caused the dump truck to flip over, spilling the aggregate onto the roadway. The initial vehicle also hit two other cars.
The Dodge County Board of Supervisors has announced that it has identified four finalists from a pool of at least 12 candidates. Among the four finalists is Whitewater City Manager Cameron Clapper. According to information released Monday by County Board Chairperson Dave Frohling, the process to find a replacement for...
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DODGE COUNTY, Wis. - The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, May 23 responded to the scene of traffic crash on County Highway P between County Highway NP and Butler Road, just north of Rubicon. The initial investigation indicated a northbound passenger car crossed over the centerline and struck...
RUBICON, Wis. — Two people were injured after a crash involving a dump truck Monday. The incident occurred at around 8 a.m. on County Highway P between County Highway NP and Butler Road, near Rubicon. Dodge County Sheriff’s officials said a northbound car crossed the center line and struck a southbound dump truck. The dump truck turned over, spilling aggregate...
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Two people were injured when a passenger car collided with a dump truck full of aggregate on Dodge County Highway P just north of Rubicon Monday morning Sheriff’s officials say about 8 am a northbound passenger car crossed over the center line and struck a southbound dump truck. Two passenger cars that were stopped on the side of the road were also struck. The dump truck overturned and the load of aggregate covered the highway. The 42-year-old Rubicon man driving the dump truck suffered serious injuries. The 55-year-old Palmyra woman driving the passenger car suffered non-life threatening injuries. Both were taken to hospitals. The accident on County Highway P happened between County Highway NP and Butler Road.