UPDATE: Woman Cited in Town of Port Crash that Injured Four
The 36-year-old mother was driving with her two children in the car when she failed to yield at a stop sign.
A 36-year-old Port Washington woman was cited in a crash that injured her children as well as a 73-year-old West Bend man.
The crash occurred at 8:42 a.m. Aug. 15, according to an Ozaukee County Sheriff's blotter report. Three ambulances responded to the crash at the intersection of Highway H and Highway B, just north of the city, according to Port Police Capt. Mike Davel.
The 36-year-old mother was driving one vehicle, with two passengers — her children, ages 4 and 7. The second vehicle was driven by the West Bend man. Ozaukee County Sheriff's Capt. Jeff Taylor said the injuries were not life-threatening.
One of the children sustained a head injury; both children were transported from the scene by ambulance to Aurora Health Care in Grafton, and later by Flight for Life to Children's Hospital.
According to Sheriff's blotter report, the 36-year-old failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection, causing the crash. She was cited for failure to yeild.