Posted at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 9, 2021
The Brillion News
TOWN OF BRILLION - Emergency resources from Calumet and Brown counties responded to the scene of a single-vehicle crash shortly before 8:30 a.m. on Friday, April 9, on the road that
demarks the border between the two counties, and the towns of Brillion and Holland.
The crash happened on Man-Cal Road, between County PP on the east and Winkler Road on the west.
It happened when an eastbound vehicle left the road, went into a ditch on the south side of the road and struck a tree.
An EMS first responder from the Town of Brillion was among the first on the scene, said the person was trapped in the vehicle, and called for the jaws of life.
[Sheriff's, EMS and fire personnel staged on Man-Cal Road. Ed Byrne/BN photo]
Deputies from the Calumet and Brown sheriff's departments also responded, along with Brillion Ambulance, and the Brillion and Hollandtown fire departments.
Firefighters blocked off the road, freed the patient and set up a landing zone for the ThedaStar EMS helicopter, which transported the patient to the regional trauma center in Neenah.
The driver, the lone occupant in the vehicle, was identified as a 35-year old Brillion man. His name was kept in confidence by the Calumet County Sheriff's Department.
The crash investigation is being conducted by the Calumet County Sheriff's Department, as the vehicle involved ended up in the woods on the south side of the road.
Man-Cal Road was closed for about 90 minutes as workers managed the emergency.