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Report details events regarding Fond du Lac fatal crash involving police deputy

A Wisconsin State Patrol accident reconstruction report released in mid-July showed that Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ryan Flood was speeding, going between 80 and 92 miles per hour, at the time he crashed onto a 20-year-old man last year, killing him.

Flood was eastbound on County Trunk B in the town of Eden when he hit a vehicle driven by Fond du Lac resident Matt Koenigs, who was heading north on County Trunk K. Flood told police investigators that he was under the assumption that he was driving the 70-mile-per-hour rate, which the initial report confirmed.

Under the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office guidelines, a deputy is allowed to speed without the use of emergency lights and vehicle sirens only when he is trying to obtain evidence of a speeding violation or when he is trying to catch a felony in progress, the report showed.

Call 800-242-2874 today if you have been involved in an accident with a speeding driver or have lost a loved one to such recklessness. The legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. may be able to help you get the justice you are seeking.

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