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Crash in Lac du Flambeau sends 6 people to the hospitalSubmitted: 06/29/2013
Story By Kailey Burton


LAC DU FLAMBEAU - A crash on Pokegama Lake Trail near Eagle River sent 5 passengers to the hospital and the driver to jail.

It happened around 8pm last night by Cemetery Road.

According to the Vilas County Sheriff's Department all 6 people in the car were ejected from the vehicle- none of them were wearing seatbelts.

The driver, 44 year old Richard Allen of Lac du Flambeau, was arrested on suspicion of OWI.

A 31 year old woman, three 13 year old girls, and a 12 year old girl were in the car. Three passengers were medflighted to Marshfield. The rest were taken away by ambulance.

The Wisconsin State Patrol is investigating this crash.


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