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Driver involved in single-vehicle crash transported to hospital, officials say

Published On: Jul 15 2013 08:12:31 PM CDT

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TOWN OF COBB, Wis. -

Iowa County officials responded to a report of a crash on Cave Hollow Road Sunday afternoon, according to a release.

A witness reported the single-vehicle crash and said the victim was unconscious but was breathing, according to the release.

Officials said the driver had severe arm and head injuries.

Officials said they searched the area since they didn’t know if the driver was the sole occupant of the vehicle but no other passengers were located.

The driver was transported by MedFlight to UW Hospital, according to the release.

Officials said the accident is still under investigation.

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