Drivers flown by helicopter after 2-vehicle crash, officials say

Drivers flown by helicopter after 2-vehicle crash, officials say

NOTE: A previous version of this story stated the driver of the Ford F150 failed to yield. An updated release sent Tuesday morning stated the driver of the Cadillac failed to yield..

Two drivers were transported with injuries after a two-vehicle crash Monday  around 6:44 p.m. in Columbia County, according to a release.

Officials responded to a report of a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of South Highway 73 and County Highway AW in Randolph Township, according to the release.

The intersection is located north of the Village of Randolph at the Columbia-Green Lake County line.

An investigation revealed a 2005 white Cadillac four-door vehicle was westbound on County Highway AW, failed to stop at a stop sign, and collided with a 2004 black Ford F150 that was southbound on Highway 73, according to the release.

Officials said both drivers were trapped in their vehicles and had to be extricated.

The Ford was driven by a 35-year-old female from Randolph, according to the release. She was transported to University of Wisconsin Hospital via Med Flight in critical condition.

The Cadillac was driven by a 32-year-old male from Mayville, according to the release. He was also transported to UW hospital by Med Flight.

Officials said failure to yield the right of way, failure to stop when required and speed appear to be factors in the crash.

The crash remains under investigation.