Three men die after SUV goes overturns in Wis. creek

By: AP Email
By: AP Email
Three men are dead after a sports utility vehicle went into a ditch and overturned in a creek in northern Wisconsin.

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ANTIGO, Wis. (AP) -- Three men are dead after a sports utility vehicle went into a ditch and overturned in a creek in northern Wisconsin.

According to the Langlade County sheriff's department, someone called 911 at about 9 p.m. Friday and when deputies arrived they found the vehicle overturned and partially submerged in the icy waters of Pickerel Creek.

Three men were inside. They were identified as 69-year old Gerald Randerson of Appleton, 50-year old John Cohen of Combined Locks and 65-year old Daniel Krubek of Appleton.

Deputies say initial investigation indicates the vehicle was west on Pickerel Creek Road when it went into the ditch and down the embankment.

The sheriff's department is still investigating.


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