Adrienne E. Nash Death – According to the Dane County Medical Examiner, the person who passed away in a collision that happened on Highway 151 near Sun Prairie on Saturday was identified as Adrienne E. Nash, who was 52 years old and lived in Madison. The collision involved three vehicles.
Location of the incident
The crash occurred not too long before 8:45 p.m., just to the north of the Reiner Road bridge, as stated in a previous statement that was released by Lieutenant Ryan Cox of the Sun Prairie Police Department. Investigations into the tragic event are being carried on by the Sun Prairie Police Department as well as the Office of the Medical Examiner in Dane County.
Related topic: Marshall man dies after crashing into barn in Sun Prairie
A man who was 37 years old and originally from the town of Marshall passed away as a result of an accident that took place on Sunday night in the town of Sun Prairie. At approximately 9:30 p.m., according to the Dane County Sheriff’s Office, emergency services were dispatched to the area around State Highway 19 near Prospector Lane. They were informed that there had been a collision between a vehicle and a barn. As reported by Lieutenant Jessamy Torres of the police department, detectives assume the car was going northbound on Prospector Lane at a high rate of speed when it crossed State Highway 19 and smashed into a barn.
The collision occurred after the vehicle had crossed the highway. According to the Dane County Medical Examiner, the driver of the vehicle, who has been identified as 37-year-old Dervin Jose Hidalgo Davila, was declared dead at the scene of the collision shortly after the accident took place. The preliminary investigation has found that he passed away as a direct consequence of the injuries that he acquired as a result of the occurrence. In order for the authorities to complete their investigation and clean up the site, they stopped all traffic in the immediate area for somewhat more than two hours. By the time the clock struck midnight, the road’s damage had been restored, and it was once again open to traffic.
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