On Saturday, December 12, a massive pileup involving 85 vehicles on Interstate 39/90 near Madison, Wisconsin left 21 people injured. The crash occurred at around 10:45 a.m. in the northbound lanes of the highway, and involved a combination of cars, trucks, and semi-trucks.
The Wisconsin State Patrol reported that the crash was caused by a combination of low visibility due to foggy conditions and icy roads. The crash also caused an extensive backup of traffic in the area, and emergency crews had to work for several hours to clear the scene.
The crash resulted in 21 people being taken to local hospitals with minor injuries. No fatalities were reported, and the Wisconsin State Patrol has not yet released any further information about the crash.
The Wisconsin State Patrol is currently investigating the crash and is asking anyone who witnessed the incident to contact them. The State Patrol is also reminding drivers to drive safely in inclement weather and to be aware of the potential for icy roads and reduced visibility.
This crash serves as a reminder of the importance of driving safely and cautiously in all weather conditions. The Wisconsin State Patrol is urging drivers to be extra cautious when driving in foggy or icy conditions and to take extra care to avoid accidents.