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1 killed, 1 injured in Grant County crash identified

Published On: Aug 06 2014 09:27:04 AM CDT   Updated On: Jul 14 2014 10:35:38 AM CDT

TOWN OF WATTERSTOWN, Wis. -

A 75-year-old woman died and a 16-year-old was injured in a two-vehicle crash in Grant County Friday afternoon, officials said.

The Grant County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two-vehicle crash on Highway 133 at Kinney Lane in the town of Watterstown Friday around 4:20 p.m., according to a release.

Derek Harris, 16, of Fennimore, was driving a Ford Ranger west on Highway 133, and Iris Wagner, 75, of Blue River, was driving a Buick Regal east on Highway 133, investigators said. Details on the crash have not been released.

Haris extricated from his vehicle and transported to Gunderson-Boscobel Area Health Care and later taken by Med Flight to UW Hospital, according to the release. The Wagner was pronounced dead at the scene.

The crash remains under investigation.

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