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3 Close to Fatal Crash Work to Avoid Future Tragedies

Three people connected to a fatal 2007 crash involving a police officer are working to educate emergency personnel on safe driving.

In October 2007, 18 year-old Mindy Sue Erickson was driving through a Stevens Point intersectin when a squad car driven by Portage County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Ken Tschudy struck her vehicle while he was responding to a report of a hit-and-run. Erickson died as the result of her injuries.

Erickson’s mother Nancy, Tschudy, and Denise Schults, a dispatcher who was working at the time of the crash, have joined together to give presentations to emergency personnel about the dangers of operating an official vehicle. “Mindy wanted to ben an educator,” Erickson said. “What better way to honor her than to educate or remind law enforcement?”

Tschudy said the three are working to inform emergency personnel about what can happen, even when they’re responding to what seems to be a routine call.

If you have been injured in a Wisconsin car accident, please contact the Stevens Point Car Accident Attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, can help you with your case today. Contact them at 800-242-2874 to discuss your claim.

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