FLORENCE, Wis. - Three people were injured following a one-vehicle accident Wednesday in Florence.
The crash occurred at about 5 p.m. on U.S. 2 near the Lakeside Bed & Breakfast.
Florence County Sheriff Jeff Rickaby reported that a vehicle was eastbound on U.S. 2 when it failed to negotiate a 90 degree curve in the road. The vehicle veered off unto the lawn of the Lakeside Bed & Breakfast and came to a stop on top of a decorative rock formation, he added.
Florence County emergency personnel respond to a one-vehicle crash in downtown Florence on Wednesday evening. Three people sustained injuries in the crash.
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Rickaby said that the driver, 28-year-old Jacqueline Orullian of Crystal Falls, sustained moderate injuries, while two passengers, 51-year-old Janet Milks-Puska and 66-year-old James W. Puska of Iron River, sustained minor injuries.
Orullian was issued a citation for driving too fast for conditions, said Rickaby.
Other agencies that responded to the scene included the Florence Rescue Squad, Florence Fire Department, and Beacon Ambulance.
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