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Brussels failure to yield accident results in injury of three

Three individuals were hurt in a Brussels, Wisconsin accident at the intersection of County C and Wisconsin 57, the Green Bay Press Gazette reported on September 15.

According to a Door County Sheriff’s Department accident report, 35-year-old Sturgeon Bay resident Dawn Marie Vandevoort’s Jeep was headed east when it collided with 20-year-old Forestville resident Rebecca Lynne Charles’ Chevrolet Malibu, which was on its way north on County C.

Charles allegedly failed to yield at a stop sign at the intersection, causing Vandevoort to strike Charles’ vehicle. Both vehicles ended up on the median and sustained extensive exterior damage.

Charles was taken to a local hospital for the treatment of her life-threatening injuries while Vandevoort and her passenger, 32-year-old Matthew Vandevoort, also of Sturgeon Bay, were transported to a local hospital for their less serious wounds.

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