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WASHINGTON COUNTY — Four people were injured, two seriously, following a rollover crash that happened on I-41 near the Mequon Road overpass in Germantown.

The crash occurred Friday, April 28th around 4 p.m.

Officials say a vehicle traveling on I-41, occupied by four people, rolled over numerous times. All four people were injured, two seriously and were flown by Flight for Life to treatment. The other two were transported by ambulance.

Crash on I-41 near Mequon Road in Germantown

All lanes of I-41 were closed both northbound and southbound to accommodate landing for both Flight for Life helicopters. The southbound lanes were closed for an extended period of time for the accident reconstruction investigation.

Crash on I-41 near Mequon Road in Germantown courtesy: Germantown Fire Department

Crash on I-41 near Mequon Road in Germantown courtesy: Germantown Fire Department

The cause of the crash is still under investigation. At this time, it is unknown if operating under the influence was a factor — however, speed and and driver control were factors.

Germantown police were assisted by the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, Menomonee Falls Police Department and the Wisconsin State Patrol. The Germantown Fire Department was assisted by Richfield, Jackson and the Menomonee Falls Fire Department, and two Flight for Life helicopters.




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