TOWN OF ALBANY, Wis. - A 15-year-old male driver from Janesville struck a northbound vehicle at the intersection of highway 104 and highway 59 Wednesday afternoon.
According to a release, the driver was on highway 59, attempting to turn south when he hit a vehicle, operated by Lavonne Winger, a 58-year-old from Waunakee.
Green County deputies along with Albany EMS, Brooklyn EMS and the Albany Fire Department responded at 3:27 p.m.
While the drive and Winger were both wearing seat belts, they were injured during the crash. The driver was transported to Monroe ER. Winger was transported to UW Hospital.
There were two passengers in the 15-year-old driver's car, Betty Helwig, a 73-year-old from Albany, and Anthony Bradley, a 14-year-old from Janesville. Both wore seatbelts and were transferred to Monroe ER.
The vehicles had severe damage and were towed from the scene. The air bags were deployed in both vehicles.
The crash is under investigation.
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