Hancock man injured in Wisconsin crash
A Hancock man was injured on Dec. 4 when his semi-rolled into a ditch in a crash in Pierce County, Wisconsin, a news release from the Pierce County Sheriff's Office said.
The news release said Michael Koehl, 32, of Hancock was driving a semi-tractor and trailer with soybeans westbound on a hill on STH 72 negotiating a curve in the road when he lost control. The trailer began to jack-knife and it, and the semi-tractor overturned on the road and entered the north ditch and continued to roll, the news release said.
Koehl was transported by ambulance to the River Falls Area Hospital in River Falls, Wisconsin, with undetermined injuries, the news release said. The crash was reported at 11:34 a.m.. Koehl was not wearing his seatbelt, the news release said.