Vehicle collides with paving machine in construction zone, officials say
TOWN OF JEFFERSON, Wis. — No one was injured Tuesday when a vehicle traveling through a construction zone collided with part of a paving machine in Green County, officials said.
Deputies responded a little after 11 a.m. to the intersection of County Road K and Town Center Road in the town of Jefferson for reports of a two-vehicle crash, according to a release.
Brian J. Indergand, 55, of Monroe, was driving a blacktop paving machine, conducting roadway repairs, officials said.
A northbound vehicle was stopped on the shoulder at the direction of the roadway repair crew when a bus, being driven by 56-year-old Patricia D. Poppe, of Monroe, collided with part of the paving machine as it went between the paving machine and the other vehicle, according to the release.
Poppe was wearing her seat belt, and neither she nor her juvenile passenger were injured, officials said.
The bus sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene, according to the release. Indergand was not injured in the crash.
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