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6 cited following a rollover crash

Two people were hospitalized while two others sustained non-serious injuries following a rollover accident that occurred at 1:17 a.m. Saturday, November 2 in the block of Billings Drive.

Sgt. Chris Kirchoff from the Superior police said five 18-year-old teenagers and a 19-year-old were in the vehicle returning from a Halloween party at the University of Minnesota-Duluth when the driver lost control of the car and went off the road.

The driver explained the passengers were urging him to go faster, and so he sped up and went way too fast into a corner. Five passengers were cited for underage drinking and riding in a vehicle without wearing a seatbelt. Meanwhile, the driver was cited for reckless driving and underage person transporting intoxicants in a motor vehicle.

Reckless driving is just one of the many factors that can increase the risk of a rollover accident. If you have suffered injuries in a rollover accident because of a dangerously designed motor vehicle or another person’s reckless actions in Green Bay, our lawyers from the Habush Habush & Rottier can help. Call (920) 437-0900 today to determine if you are eligible for any financial compensation.



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