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A female driver and two children in a mini-van, and a female driver of an SUV were all injured in the crash, according to Battalion chief Jeff Henningfeld, of the Caledonia Fire Department.
The female driving the mini-van, who was critically injured, had to be extricated from the vehicle. The two children and the driver of the SUV suffered from moderate injuries. All four were taken to Wheaton Franciscan-All Saints, but the driver of the mini-van was then taken to Froedtert Hospital.
“Flight for Life was called, but they couldn’t fly,” Henningfeld said. “So the driver of the mini-van was transported to Froedtert by ground.”
We have a phone call into the Caledonia Police Department for more information on this incident and will update the story when we get it.