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Lyons two-vehicle collision critically injures man

The Walworth County Sheriff’s Office in Wisconsin reported that a two-vehicle collision on Saturday, March 19, on State Highway 36 east of Overhill Court in the Town of Lyons has resulted in one man being critically injured.

According to preliminary investigations, 70-year-old Lake Geneva resident Philip Carney, Jr. was driving a 2003 Acura sport utility vehicle that was traveling west on State Highway 36 when it crossed over the double yellow center line and struck a 2006 GMC U-Haul truck that was operated by 52-year-old Burlington resident David Oliver Wilkens.

Carney suffered severe injuries in the collision and was airlifted to a local trauma center via Flight for Life. Carney’s front seat passenger and wife, 69-year-old Carol, suffered minor injuries in the collision and was brought to a local hospital for immediate treatment.

The agencies that responded to the scene of the accident included the Lyons Fire Department, Paratech Ambulance, and the Town of Burlington Fire Department.

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