Several Injuries after Bain Station Road Crash

(AP)–A Kenosha man was airlifted to a Milwaukee-area hospital after a multiple-vehicle crash that left him trapped in a vehicle in a marsh. The crash occurred at 6:11 p.m. in the 8100 block of Bain Station Road when a 17-year-old Kenosha girl driving west over the railroad tracks at speeds reaching 65 to 70 mph went airborne, and crashed head-on into an eastbound minivan. The impact of the crash pushed the minivan onto its side and into a marsh, while the teen’s vehicle traveled sideways striking a third vehicle. The driver of the van’s name and condition were not available Monday evening, but police said the man was “conscious and talking”. The teen driver, who had a possible broken leg was taken to St. Catherine’s Medical Center.  Police are recommending charges of reckless driving causing bodily harm.  Authorities said they don’t believe intoxicants played a role in the accident.


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