Waushara County accident report

The Waushara County accident reports recorded from the Waushara County Sheriff's Office are as follows:

•8/22/15: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 2:08 a.m. on County Road XX, Town of Aurora. Corey Cihlar, 25, Berlin, was traveling northbound on County Road XX and was traveling too fast to make the curve. Cihlar’s vehicle skidded as it attempted to make a turn eastbound onto County Road XX entering the ditch and rolling over. Cihlar was unresponsive in the vehicle and was not belted. Incapacitating injuries were reported. Five citations were issued. 

•8/22/15: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 1:30 p.m. on County Road E, Town of Warren. Mark Marquardt, 55, Redgranite, was traveling southbound on County Road E when he passed a second vehicle, a northbound flatbed truck. A piece of “L” shaped metal from the truck’s suspension came off a hit Marquardt’s vehicle breaking the mirror of the driver’s side door and causing some marks on the driver’s window and door. No injuries were reported. 

•8/22/15: A two-vehicle accident occurred at 2:40 p.m. on Highway 21, Town of Richford. Denise Martin, 42, Wautoma, was traveling westbound on Highway 21 when she stopped in the lane of travel to turn left on Cottonville Court. Martin was waiting for the eastbound motorcycles and traffic to clear and was passed on the right by an unknown non-contact red pickup truck. Martin was then rear-ended by Nakia Davis, 20, Green Bay, who failed to stop to avoid a collision. The westbound non-contact motorcycles saw Davis strike Martin’s vehicle. Possible injuries were reported. Two citations were issued. 

•8/24/15: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 6:17 p.m. on County Road V, Town of Hancock. Marie Gosda, 32, New Lisbon, was traveling northbound on County Road V when she attempted to stop quickly when a small animal ran into the road. Gosda’s vehicle began to skid on the pavement and crossed the centerline. When she over corrected the vehicle crossed the centerline back into the northbound lane, turned 180 degrees, slid onto the shoulder and then overturned into the right ditch coming to a rest along the tree line. Possible injuries were reported. 

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