Calumet Crash Injures Two
HARRISON, WI – The Calumet County Sheriff’s Dept. says an overnight crash leaves two people with non-life threatening injuries. The crash happened Sunday, around 1:30 a.m. crash on USH 10 at N Harwood Rd in the Town of Harrison.
Deputies say they found southbound GMC Envoy sport utility vehicle on N Harwood Rd that was driven by Benjamin Bloy, a 32 year old Kaukauna man. Bloy had stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of N Harwood Rd at USH I0. He then pulled out from the stop sign in front of an eastbound Oldsmobile Intrigue that was driven by Thomas Voland, a 74 year old Valders man.
Thomas Voland was flown to Theda Clark Hospital by Theda Star helicopter with serious but non-life threatening injuries. Benjamin Bloy was taken to Theda Clark Hospital by Gold Cross Ambulance with non life threatening injuries as well.
Benjamin Bloy was cited for Failure to Yield Right of Way.
Alcohol was not a factor in the crash and both drivers were wearing their seatbelt.