A barely legal driver who happened to be driving on one of the most populated streets in Wausau, Wisconsin told a police officer that he may have fallen asleep while behind the wheel, which led him to cause a two-vehicle car accident that hospitalized two persons, Sergeant Terry Peterson of the Everest Metro Police Department said Thursday, August 22.
The Schofield crash that sent one female and one male to a nearby hospital occurred at around 4 p.m. last Wednesday, August 21 on Grand Avenue. The 18-year-old driver, who was driving a sport utility vehicle, was cited for driving left of the center line.
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