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Names Released from Saturday Motorcycle Crashes in Town of Osceola

03-Jun-2019

The Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of those involved in a series of motorcycle crashes in Fond du Lac County on Saturday.


On Saturday – sheriff’s deputies responded to County Highway F east of Highway 45 in the Town of Osceola where groups of motorcycles were traveling eastbound on County F. One operator had lost control while negotiating a curve and hit gravel, causing her to enter the ditch line. 55-year-old Sheri Bohenstengel of Sheboygan sustained injuries that were not life-threatening in the crash. A nine-year-old passenger on that cycle was taken to St. Agnes Hospital where she was treated and released.


A second motorcycle overturned after witnessing the first crash. 47-year-old Michael D. Pratt of Saukville and 54-year-old Shannon L. Seavers of Milwaukee were on that cycle. Pratt laid the cycle down on the road to avoid a collision with the first motorcycle. He was not injured, but Seavers sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries.


A secondary crash happened at the same location following the first series of crashes. There, James J. Kruase attempted to slow for the first accident scene, but braked too quickly, causing him to lose control of the cycle. Kruase was not injured.

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