NEW INFORMATION: Two people hurt in crash near Woodville

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – Two people ended up with life-threatening injuries in a crash that led to lane closures on I-94.

The Wisconsin State Patrol says Morris Nicholson, 68, of Amery was driving a pickup truck that was pulling a camper east on I-94 near Woodville Friday morning. When Nicholson tried to pass a semi that was in the right lane, he swerved, over-corrected, and the camper collided with the semi-trailer. The pickup truck and camper went into the median and rolled.

Nicholson and Lee Nicholson, 64, of Amery both went to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. The semi driver was not hurt.
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UPDATE: The state patrol says all lanes of I-94 at the crash scene are now open.
UPDATE: The left lane on I-94 east at the crash scene has re-opened.
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – Crews have a lane closed in either direction of I-94 near the Woodville exit because of a crash involving a semi and a vehicle.

The Wisconsin State Patrol says it happened around 10:45 a.m. Friday. It has not released details of what led up to the crash or whether anyone was hurt.

The left lane is closed for a stretch of the freeway in both directions. Those lanes could remain closed for nearly two hours.

You can follow the state patrol's updates on the crash by clicking on the link below.

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