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Four people were treated for minor injuries, said Lt. Gary Larsen, of the Caledonia Police Department.
Two men, who were driving from Chicago to Kenosha in a U-Haul, told the police they got lost and decided to stop for gas and directions.
While trying to leave the gas station the driver tried to apply the brakes, but they didn’t work and the U-Haul crashed into the parked Dodge Durango. The Durango then pushed into an ice cooler.
Officials with the Wisconsin State Patrol inspected the U-Haul and found that the brake line was leaking fluid.
No citations were issued, Larsen said.