MERRILL - The widow of a Merrill police officer killed in the line of duty in 1952 celebrated her 100th birthday Saturday. Lenore Ehlert's husband, Elmer Krueger, was shot and killed in July 1952. Krueger was a department captain and was shot while off duty as he escorted a man to the Lincoln County Jail, according to archival newspaper reports. Krueger died a week after he was shot, the according to the reports, leaving Ehlert a widowed mother of two.
The crash was reported around 4:40 p.m. on Highway 54, according to a press release. The motorcycle with two occupants was headed east when the driver entered the gravel portion of the eastbound road shoulder while trying to negotiate a curve. RELATED: Man dies in rollover crash in town of Buena VistaThe driver could not regain control and continued off the road, crossing a dirt service road for a cranberry marsh, the release states.
CRANMOOR - The man who died in a fatal motorcycle crash in the town of Cranmoor on Saturday has been identified. Joe Green, 61, of Ramona, California, who was driving the motorcycle, died in the Wood County crash on State 54. His passenger, 63-year-old Pamela Green, also of Ramona, was taken to the Marshfield Medical Center to treat her injuries. RELATED: Man dies in rollover crash in town of Buena VistaThe crash was reported around 4:40 p.m. Saturday.
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