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Police Release Name of Man Killed in Shawano County CrashSubmitted: 10/05/2012
Story By Newswatch 12 Newsteam

SHAWANO - Shawano County Deputies say a Clintonville man was the person killed in a crash Thursday afternoon.

51-year-old James Simpson died in the wreck just after 1:30 at an intersection east of Cecil.

Officers say an SUV driven by 83 year old Alvin Birr of Suring was headed south on County BB.

The SUV hit a mini-van driven by 52 year old William Scheafer of Madison, who had been driving east on County E.

Simpson had been a passenger in the minivan.

He was thrown out of the van in the crash and pronounced dead at the scene.

Birr, Schaefer and 53 year old David Highdale of Madison were injured in the wreck.

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