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SUV driver killed in single-vehicle crash identified

Published On: Aug 09 2014 11:36:41 AM CDT   Updated On: Aug 11 2014 10:51:39 AM CDT

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TOWN OF CALAMUS, Wis. -

The driver of an SUV killed Saturday in a single-vehicle accident is identified, authorities said.

The Dodge County Sheriff's Department said deputies responded to a report of a vehicle crash on County Road G near County Road DE in the town of Calamus.

An SUV was traveling west on County Road G when the driver, Kyle D. Schultz, 40, of rural Beaver Dam, lost control and struck a tree on the north side of the roadway, according to a news release.

Schultz suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene by the medical examiner, the sheriff's department said.

Speed was believed to be a factor, according to the report.

The accident remains under investigation by the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department Crash Investigation Team.

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