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Two wrecks in one day in Sheboygan

Two accidents took place in Sheboygan county within a span of thirty minutes. Each one sent an individual to the hospital, though both of their injuries were not life-threatening.

The first, at 8:30am, occurred on Highway 28 when 22-year-old Savannah Lewis hit a traffic sign and mailbox, causing her car to roll over. Police officials stated it is undetermined why the driver drove into the shoulder, giving her a ticket for inattentive driving.

The second accident took place just 30 minutes later at 9am on Highway 32. 18-year-old Montana Faust rear-ended a 50-year-old woman, who was braking as the cars ahead of her reduced their speed in preparation of a turn. After the woman was taken to the hospital, Faust was ticketed for following to close to her vehicle.

Even when injuries are non-life-threatening, recovering from them can be both costly and time consuming. No matter the severity of an injury, Sheboygan car accident lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® would like to speak with you if you have been the victim of an accident. Call their office today at (920) 459-8000 for a free consultation.

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