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Man dies from injuries suffered in head-on crash

Published On: Jun 23 2014 11:55:10 AM CDT

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TOWN OF DARIEN, Wis. -

A Beloit man died Sunday from injuries he suffered in a crash on June 9, according to a release from the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office.

Printess M. Pritchard, 59, was the driver of one of the cars involved in a head-on crash on Highway 14 south of County Road C in the town of Darien.

Deputies said Robert J. Lehr, 63, of Wonder Lake, Illinois, was traveling east on Highway 14 when it crossed the center line and struck Pritchard’s westbound car.

Pritchard was taken to a Madison hospital where he died on Sunday. Lehr suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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