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A two-vehicle accident at 8:03 a.m. Wednesday, March 13 sent two Boyceville teenagers to the Westfield Hospital in New Richmond.
According to the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department a 2001 Ford Explorer, driven by Shiann L. Wagner, 18, of Boyceville was northbound on Highway 128 and failed to stop at the stop sign on Highway 128 and was struck on the right side by a 1999 Chevrolet pickup driven by Bruce G. McIntyre, 59, of Wheeler.
McIntyre was westbound on Highway 64 when the Wagner vehicle entered the intersection and was struck on the passenger side, tearing off the front tire and the rear axel of the Ford Explorer. The McIntyre vehicle had considerable front-end damage.
Both Wagner and her passenger, 17-year-old Danielle K. Drinkwine of Boyceville were taken to the Westfield Hospital in New Richmond, with Drinkwine transported by the Glenwood City Ambulance and Wagner by the Clear Lake Ambulance.
In the accompanying photo above, the Wagner vehicle came to rest on the Northwest shoulder of County Highway P and Wagner’s red pickup was on the shoulder of Highway 64.
Wagner was cited for not stopping for the stop sign.
Both drivers were belted at the time of the crash but Drinkwine was not wearing a seat belt.
McIntyre was not hospitalized following the accident.
St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department and the Glenwood City Ambulance and Fire Department and the Clear Lake Ambulance responded to the scene.