BARRON COUNTY, WI — Five people were hurt late Sunday morning in a wreck involving a camper on County Highway P near south Cumberland, reports We Are Green Bay.
The Barron County Sheriff’s Office and multiple other agencies responded to the scene at the intersection with 19th Avenue, shortly after 11:00 a.m.
An early investigation indicates a female driver ran a stop sign and struck a truck that was towing a large camper.
Medics transported the driver of the striking vehicle to a local hospital with undisclosed injuries.
Of the four people in the truck, two received treatment at the scene for minor injuries. One occupant suffered serious injuries and was flown to a hospital in Eau Claire. Another passenger was taken to a nearby hospital. The extent of their injuries has not been shared.
A section of the highway was shut down for an hour during the response, and a single lane remained blocked for an additional two hours as tow crews worked to clear the wreckage.
At this time, no pending charges have been reported and no further details have been provided.
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