Cross Plains, WI — A woman named Cheryl Frey, a woman named Christine Weeks, and another person were all injured after a head-on car accident south of Cross Plains on Friday night, June 12, 2015. Police said that Christine Weeks’ car crashed head-on into another car along County Road P that night.
Their reports said that Christine Weeks was driving her car south along County Road P and was near Stagecoach Road when she swerved into oncoming traffic and crashed head-on into a minivan driven by Cheryl Frey, 67 years old.
The accident left both Frey and a passenger in her minivan with injuries, while Christine Weeks was also taken to a hospital for her injuries, which were said to be serious. Frey and her passenger’s condition weren’t updated, but the injuries seemed to be serious as well.
The police investigated the accident and later posted an update, saying that Weeks was being charged with OWI and having an open container of alcohol in her car at the time.
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