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Fatal Crash on Highway 151 in the Town of Oakfield


Update (6:30 am): 

Authorities have released the names of those involved in a fatal two-vehicle crash in the Town of Oakfield late Wednesday afternoon. According to the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office, 78-year-old Lynn Cundy of Mayville was driving south on Highway 151 when he hit a trailer carrying farm equipment that was crossing the highway at the intersection of Towne Road. Cundy was pronounced dead at the scene. His passenger, 73-year-old Dorothy McCrory of Fond du Lac, was taken by ambulance to St. Agnes Hospital with minor injuries. 19-year-old William Bush of Horicon was driving the pickup that was pulling the trailer, he was not injured. 


One person was killed in a two vehicle crash on Highway 151 in the Town of Oakfield late Wednesday afternoon. The Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene at the intersection of Highway 151 and Towne Road around 4:49 pm. Reports say a pickup truck pulling a trailer with farm equipment was attempting to cross Highway 151 on Towne Road when a car going south on 151 hit the rear of the farm equipment. A 78 year old man from Mayville was driving the southbound car, he was pronounced dead at the scene. His passenger, a 73 year old woman from Fond du Lac, was transported by ambulance to St. Agnes Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. A 19 year old man from Horicon was driving the pickup, he was not injured. All three people were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the crash. Assisting at the scene were the Oakfield Fire Department and First Responders and the City of Fond du Lac Ambulance.  

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