Monday, November 19, 2012
A wayward donkey lands his owner in a bit of hot water, a thief does a smash and grab, and a man crashes his car into a tree.
Move IT... You Donkey, You A donkey created quite the traffic hazard at 3:27 p.m. Wednesday on Six Mile Road after it broke through a wooden fence. According to a report by the Caledonia Police Department, several cars were stopped on the road to avoid hitting the donkey. Once police arrived, they found the owner of the donkey and he was taken back to the farm. Police cited the man for having an animal at large. Man Hospitalized After Car Crash A 36-year-old Two Rivers man had a seizure just before it went into the ditch and crashed into a tree at 7:04 a.m. Tuesday on Highway 38 at Dunkelow Road. Rescue workers from the Caledonia Fire Department extricated the man from the 2010 Honda Accord he was driving. He was taken to an area hospital …
Monday, September 10, 2012
A young driver was cited for inattentive driving after she crashed her car into a bicycle on Sunday.
A bicyclist was injured after he was struck by a car at 10:39 a.m. Sunday in the 6900 block of Novak Road. According to a report by the Caledonia Police Department, a 57-year-old Caledonia man was traveling southbound on Novak Road just to the left of the fog line when the car struck him. The driver of the car, a 16-year-old Wind Point girl, was driving a 2001 Chevrolet Impala when she saw the bicyclist. She told police she “looked away for a second and that’s when she heard the impact.” The bicyclist had shoulder and hip pain. The girl was cited for inattentive driving.
A 22-year-old Racine man had just looked away for a minute at his GPS when he crashed into another car.
A Racine man had to be extricated out of the car he was driving following a two-car crash that happened at 4:56 p.m. Saturday in the 6400 block of Highway 38, just outside Family Fest. According to a report by the Caledonia Police Department: A 54-year-old Oak Creek man was driving his vehicle southbound on Highway 38 when Javier Madrid, 22, of Racine, crashed the car he was driving into the Oak Creek man’s car. The Oak Creek man’s car then crashed into a parked car belonging to an off-duty Caledonia Fire Fighter. Madrid had to be cut out of the car and was taken to the hospital for a broken right leg. Madrid was cited for inattentive driving after he told police that he was looking at his GPS when he struck the Oak Creek man’s car.