Vehicle Crash Involving Intoxicated Driver in Chippewa County
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Vehicle Crash Involving Intoxicated Driver in Chippewa County

| Feb 19, 2011 | Uncategorized

According to WEAU, three people were injured yesterday in the Chippewa County town of Wheaton when an intoxicated driver side swiped a vehicle when attempting to
pass it. The failed passing attempt caused the intoxicated driver to roll his
or her vehicle. Two of the intoxicated driver’s passengers were injured, while
one of the other vehicle’s passengers was injured. The crash is still under



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