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Two cars crash between four lanes of traffic on Lincoln St. in RhinelanderSubmitted: 11/07/2019
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Two cars crash between four lanes of traffic on Lincoln St. in Rhinelander
RHINELANDER - Police in Rhinelander issued a new warning about safe driving after two cars crashed on a busy street Thursday.

Around 12:30 p.m., a car crossing Lincoln St. in Rhinelander hit another vehicle waiting in the median between four lanes of traffic.

Police believe a lack of attentiveness caused the collision but warn that winter weather could have made the incident even worse.

"Once the roads get icy and snow covered and stuff you're going definitely want to slow down and give yourself extra time," said Rhinelander Police Sgt. Kurt Helke. "Be attentive to what other drivers are doing."

No one was injured in the crash but both cars were towed from the scene.

Police could not say if anyone would receive a citation at the time of the accident.




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