Waushara County accident report
The Waushara County accident reports recorded from the Waushara County Sheriff's Office are as follows:
•6/18/15: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 6:38 p.m. on County Road MM, Town of Wautoma. Robert Gauger, 28, Wild Rose, was traveling northbound on County Road MM when he drove onto the right shoulder of the roadway. Gauger overcorrected and crossed the centerline entering the left ditch. Gauger’s vehicle struck trees and bushes on the outside left shoulder and came to a rest. No injuries were reported.
•6/19/15: A two-vehicle accident occurred at 10:59 a.m. on Highway 21, Town of Aurora. Edward Rockweiler, 62, Wild Rose, was traveling eastbound on Highway 21 to the west of County Road XX when Harold Lloyd, 71, Berlin, pulled out from the stop sign at County Road XX and Highway 21. Lloyd was northbound from the stop sign when Rockweiler struck his vehicle in the side. Incapacitating injuries were reported. One citation was issued.
•6/20/15: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 11:43 a.m. on South Silver Lake Road, Town of Marion. Jesse Schauer, 16, Wautoma, was stopped on Silver Lake Road and was backing across the road into a parking lot and struck a utility pole. No injuries were reported.
•6/21/15: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 4:05 a.m. on Highway 21, Town of Richford. Terence Urban, 44, Sun Prairie, was traveling westbound on Highway 21 when he noticed smoke coming from the dash area at which time he pulled over to the side of the roadway and his vehicle proceeded to start on fire. Urban was able to gather some belongings from inside the vehicle. The entire front passenger compartment was destroyed by fire and the engine compartment was also damaged. No injuries were reported. One citation was issued.
•6/22/15: A two-vehicle accident occurred at 6:18 p.m. on 31st Avenue, Town of Bloomfield. John Anderson, 79, Wild Rose, was approaching another unit when Anderson observed the vehicle left of center and felt he could pass. While passing, he did not have enough room and drove through the ditch to avoid a collision. No injuries were reported.