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February 2012

One Killed In Snowmobile Accident

February 27, 2012 |
 One person has died and five were injured in a weekend snowmobile accident.According to reports, the 45-year-old man was killed when the snowmobile broke the ice on Beaver Dam Lake, which is near Madison. Officials said the snowmobilers were heading north on the lake when they hit open water. Some of the people were...
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Girl, 8, Killed In Milton Crash

February 15, 2012 |
An eight-year-old girl from Fort Atkinson was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Milton.According to officials, a vehicle carrying four people, including the 8-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy was hit by another vehicle driven by a 55-year-old from Janesville.The eight-year-old was pronounced dead at a local hospital and the 5-year-old boy is being...
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Man Sentenced In Hit-And-Run Death Of Wheelchair-Bound Man

The man who hit and killed a wheelchair bound man last January in Green Bay with his truck before fleeing the scene was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday.Forty-year-old Mark Sperber was convicted last November in the 20-year-old man's death. Sperber had told investigators he thought he had hit a trash can, which...
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Proposed Laws Would Toughen Penalties For Operating ATVs, Snowmobiles Drunk

February 4, 2012 |
Proposed changes to current laws would increase the severity of consequences for operating recreational vehicles while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.According to a recent article published on jsonline.com, alcohol is involved in about 75 percent of snowmobile fatalities yearly in Wisconsin. A public hearing was held Tuesday discussing an Assembly bill, which would toughen...
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