Grant County Traffic Accidents
CFS # CFS20-13625 Date 06/12/20 Two vehicle crash Hwy 80 & St. Rose Rd. Subjects Involved: Driver: Hope Cassell Freeport IL (23-) Driver: Jerry Ambs Cuba City WI (36) Passenger: Stephanie Ambs Cuba City WI (31) Vehicles Involved: Cassell was driving a 2009 Hyundai Ambs was driving a 2018 Chevy Silverado Address HWY 80, CUBA CITY, WI 53807 On Friday, June 12, 2020 at 5:43 P.M. the Grant County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to Hwy 80 at St. Rose Road in Smelser Township for a two vehicle crash with entrapment. Cuba City Fire & Rescue squads were dispatched. Cassell had been traveling west on St. Rose Road when she failed to stop at the intersection of Hwy 80 & St. Rose Road. Cassell collided with Ambs on Hwy 80 at the intersection. Jerry Ambs and his passenger, Stephanie were transported to a hospital by a private vehicle. Cassell refused transport. Cassell was cited for Failure to stop at a Stop Sign. The vehicles were removed by Guys Truck & Tractor. Both vehicles received heavy damage airbags were deployed in both vehicles. The Grant County Sheriff's Office was assisted by Cuba City Fire & Rescue. CFS20-
13651 06/12/20 Motorcycle Crash with Injury CTY P / WILLIS LN, BAGLEY, WI On June 12th at approximately 9:30pm, the Sheriff's Office was notified of a motorcycle crash on County Highway P south of Willis Lane in Wyalusing Township. After investigation and speaking with witnesses, it was determined that Craig Homuth, age 54 of Bagley, was operating his 2011 Harley Davidson southbound on County P. Homuth failed to negotiate a left-hand corner and his motorcycle entered the gravel shoulder on the right side of the road. Homuth then lost control of the motorcycle and was thrown from the bike. The motorcycle overturned an unknown amount of times and went airborne over a fence before coming to a rest in a field approximately 75 yards from the roadway. A motorist who had been traveling behind Homuth stopped to check on his condition and call 911. Homuth was not wearing a helmet and sustained serious injuries. Homuth was transported via ambulance to Crossing Rivers Health in Prairie Du Chien and was later airlifted to a Madison hospital. The Bagley Fire Department, Bagley First Responders, West Grant EMS, and B&M Towing assisted at the scene. Homuth is tentatively being cited for Failure to Keep a Vehicle Under Control and the crash remains under investigation.