Sheriff: Alcohol, speed factors in crash; driver ejected

Sauk Co. deputy shot through door suffers hand injury

An SUV driver was taken to the hospital by Med Flight after she was ejected during a crash in Baraboo early Friday, officials said.

The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded to a report of a one-vehicle crash at 12:22 a.m. on South Gasser Road near Lehman Road. The caller reported the vehicle had overturned and the operator had been ejected.

According to the report, 36-year-old Rebekah Krayer, of North Freedom, was driving a 1999 Ford Explorer west on South Gasser Road when she lost control of the SUV after cresting a hill. The SUV went into the ditch and rolled. Krayer was ejected from the vehicle.

Krayer was taken to UW Hospital in Madison by Med Flight due to her injuries.

The sheriff’s office said Krayer was not wearing a seat belt. Alcohol and speed were factors in the crash, according to the report.