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At least two injured in Saturday crash

6:10 PM, Jan. 27, 2013  |  Comments
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At least two people were injured, one critically, Saturday in a two-vehicle crash, according to the Wood County Sheriff's Department.

Tara Feltz, 27, of Nekoosa was traveling south on Highway S at the Portage County/Wood County line at about 2:36 p.m. when an eastbound vehicle, driven by a 17-year-old girl from Rudolph, failed to stop for a stop sign on Highway N, according to a sheriff's department release. Both vehicles came to a rest in the east ditch. Feltz's vehicle rolled onto its passenger side, according to the release.

The 17-year-old driver was ejected in the crash; a rear passenger in her vehicle was trapped and extricated by the Rudolph Fire Department and then transported by helicopter to Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. The Stevens Point Fire Department ambulance transported Feltz and the 17-year-old driver to the Marshfield hospital, the release said.

Passengers in the eastbound vehicle included Corey Sprinkel, 18, of Rudolph and Kurtis Johnson, 18, of Rudolph, according to the news release.

Sprinkel was listed in critical condition Sunday afternoon; Feltz was treated and released according to a nursing supervisor at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital. Information on the others was not available Sunday.

The Portage County and Wood County Sheriff's Departments investigated the crash. Responding agencies included Rudolph Fire Department, EMS and First Responders; Stevens Point Fire Department and Spirit Air, Marshfield.

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