The Brillion News
HOLLANDTOWN - A two-vehicle collision got Monday morning off to a rough start in Hollandtown.
It happened around 6:30 a.m. at the intersection of County D and County KK (Man-Cal Road) on the Brown-Calumet County line.
A witness said a pickup truck was hit in the drivers side by the front of a sedan in a T-bone crash.
The Hollandtown Fire Department was first on the scene and reported two people injured. Both vehicles ended up in the ditch in front of the Hollandtown BP convenience store.
Two ambulances from County Rescue and one each from Brillion and Kaukauna were also dispatched, along with sheriff's deputies from Brown and Calumet counties.
The point of impact was in Brown County, which is investigating the crash.
County D at the intersection was closed for an hour, with collision debris scattered on and around the intersection.