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Two Injured in Rhinelander Auto Accident

Two people were injured in a Rhinelander car accident Friday morning.

According to officials with the Rhinelander Police Department, 86 year-old Tomahawk-resident Irene White was cited for failing to yield at a stop sign after she collided with two other vehicles yesterday on Highway 8. Police say White did not stop at the intersection of Tannery Road and Highway 8. She crashed into a westbound vehicle and then struck another car.

Authorities say White and the driver of the first vehicle, 68 year-old Ogema-resident Robert Carlson, were transported by ambulance to Ministry Sacred Heart Hospital where they were held overnight for observation.

The driver of the second vehicle, 74 year-old Tomahawk-resident Leo Crowell, complained of injuries but refused to go to the hospital, according to police.

The accident remains under investigation by the Rhinelander Police Department.

If you have been injured in a car accident, please contact the Rhinelander Car Accident Lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® ®, by calling 800-242-2874.

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