St. Croix County sheriff's car in Four Corners crashArea News
-- A driver, who apparently ignored a stop sign at Four Corners intersection east of New Richmond, crashed into and disabled a St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department squad car Saturday.
A driver, who apparently ignored a stop sign at Four Corners intersection east of New Richmond, crashed into and disabled a St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department squad car Saturday.
The sheriff’s report said David A. Campbell, 64, New Auburn, was traveling west on Hwy. 64 in a 2008 Mini Cooper, went through the intersection and crashed into the sheriff’s 2011 Ford Crown Victoria K-9 squad car headed north on Hwy. 63.
The sheriff’s car was driven by Deputy Justin Johnson, 33, with K-9 Cash, his passenger.
Campbell’s car hit the left front of the K-9 squad car and both cars careened into a 2002 Mercedes C320.
The Mercedes, driven by Patrick Lloyd Hall, 62, with a passenger Camille F. Hall, 15, of Deer Park was headed west on Hwy. 64 and stopped at the intersection.
The squad car and Mini Cooper suffered severe damage. The Mercedes was moderately damaged. No injuries were reported and all involved were wearing seat belts. Conditions were rainy and wet, the report said.
Patrol Captain Jeff Klatt said the Mini Cooper was traveling 55-60 mph when it crashed into the squad car. Campbell was ticketed for failure to stop.