Green County deputies respond to several crashes on snow, ice-covered roads

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GREEN COUNTY, Wis. — Deputies responded to several crashes Thursday caused by icy and snow covered roads, according to a release by the Green County Sheriff’s Office.

The first happened around 12:45 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of E. Main Street and S. Center

An investigation revealed Steven A. Steiner, 26, of Browntown lost control of his car due to a snow-covered road. His vehicle left the road and collided with a power pole, according to the release.

Steiner said he was not injured.

The second crash happened around 7:20 a.m. in the town of Washington.

A Green County teen was injured after her vehicle left the road and struck a tree, the release said.

Breanna L. McCoy, of Monticello, lost control of her car  along the N6200 block of County Road N, the release said.

She suffered a non-life threatening injury.

Green County deputies also responded to a rollover crash in the town of Albany around 11:40 a.m.

According to the release, Felicia M. Conley, 23, of Albany was on Highway 59 when she lost control of her vehicle due to an ice-covered road.

The vehicle entered a ditch where it overturned.

Conley suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to an area emergency room, the release said.