No injuries after vehicle struck in hit-and-run rear-ended by semi while disabled on I-41
DODGE COUNTY — Officials with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office said Monday, May 13 they were investigating separate crashes on I-41 northbound near Highway 28 — one of them a hit-and-run.
Sheriff’s officials said the striking driver fled the scene, and the vehicle that was hit was disabled in traffic. The driver was still inside when that vehicle was rear-ended by a semi.
No one was hurt, but there was significant property damage.
The cause of the hit-and-run was under investigation.
I-41 northbound was shut down for about 30 minutes, and it took about two hours to fully clean up after the crash.
The Wisconsin State Patrol was assisting with the investigation.