This crash happened just after midnight in southwestern Wisconsin. One person was killed and two others injured when a horse-drawn buggy was struck by a car on Highway 18 in Grant County, Town of Fennimore in Wisconsin. There were three teens in the buggy that were all tossed out during the crash. I've seen this type of accident in Iowa, mostly with the Amish or Mennonite's from northeast or eastern Iowa around Kalona. It's the reason why Iowa now assesses a $150,000.00 criminal-civil penalty against those driving drunk who kill someone. An Iowan, Jason T. Danhof, 35 of Waukon is reportedly involved in the collision although how is not known. He is not believed to be injured. 
Only question is in Wisconsin is a horse-drawn buggy required to have and did they have a slow moving vehicle emblem hung and on the rear? 

Teen Killed in Collision Between Car and Buggy
KCRG
Authorities said the crash was reported around 12:30 am along US Highway 18 near County Road F. Jason T. Danhof, 35, of Waukon, Iowa, was eastbound when he ...
Teen killed in collision between car and buggy
MyFox Wausau
... midnight Monday on Highway 18 in the Grant County Town of Fennimore. Authorities say a car driven by a 35-year-old Waukon, Iowa man crested a hill, ...
NE Iowa man involved in Wis. collision between car and buggy
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
... just after midnight Monday on Highway 18 in the Grant County Town of Fennimore. Authorities say a car driven by a Jason T. Danhof, 35, of Waukon, Iowa, ... 
Steve Lombardi
Iowa personal injury, workers' compensation, motorcycle, quadriplegic, paraplegic, brain injury, death
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