Photo courtesy Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department
Five people were injured Saturday when a car collided with a tractor towing a farm implement in the town of Luxemburg.
The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department says it received a report at 3:23 p.m. Saturday about the crash near the intersection of County Road H and Northbrook Road.
Investigation into the crash showed that a John Deere 8360R towing a Meyer forage wagon hauling silage failed to stop at the stop sign on Northbrook Road, striking a 2015 Chevrolet Malibu southbound on County Road H.
The four occupants of the Malibu – a 23-year-old Luxemburg man, a 20-year-old Luxemburg woman, a 23-year-old German woman and a 3-month-old child – were all transported by Luxemburg and Algoma Rescue to Green Bay hospitals with varying injuries that do not appear to be life threatening.
The occupant of the John Deere tractor, a 20-year-old Michigan man, was treated at the scene for minor injuries and will be receiving citations as a result of the accident.
The department said investigation of the crash is continuing.
Agencies responding included Luxemburg Fire and Rescue Units, Casco/Lincoln First Responders, and Algoma Rescue as well as the Sheriff’s Department.