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Beloit man injured in Dane County crash

Published On: Nov 19 2012 01:16:57 PM CST
Updated On: Nov 19 2012 01:17:12 PM CST


A 74-year-old Beloit man was transported by Med Flight after a midday crash in York Township Monday, according to the Dane County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies said a pickup truck driven by the victim was traveling northbound on Highway 73 when he went off the road north of Clarkson Road.  The truck went over a culvert and struck a tree.

The driver was seriously injured, according to investigators.  He was transported to University of Wisconsin Hospital.

Investigators said they don’t know the cause of the crash.

The victim’s name is being withheld pending further information on the man’s condition.

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