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A nine year old boy is clinging to life today after being hit by a semi truck Tuesday in Buffalo County. County deputies say the child had been struck by a semi on Highway 35 in the Village of Nelson. The child was taken to a hospital in Wabasha then flown to Regions Hospital in St. Paul.
Deputies say they don't know who hit the child as the driver took off. The limited description of the semi was described as having a white semi trailer with pictures on the side. A witness was not able to tell deputies what the pictures were. It's unknown if the semi continued in the direction of Wabasha or if turned to go southbound on Highway 35 in the direction of Alma. The child was crossing the highway with one other child when the accident occurred. The children had stopped to yield for traffic, but victim ran out on to the highway and was struck by the rear portion of the semi trailer. The identity of the child is not being released at this time.
The Buffalo County Sheriff's Department is asking for assistance from anyone who may have witnessed the accident or could provide information regarding the accident. They are asked to call the Buffalo County Sheriff's Department at 608-685-4433.
La Crosse School District Referendum 89% reporting as of 10:30pm Yes 4094 No 1943 West Salem School District Referendum Question 1 construction Yes 1111 x No 1422 West Salem School District Referendum Question 2 x Yes 1511 No 1015 Town of Holland Referendum x Yes 367 No 291 Town of Onalaska Referendum yes 359 x no 425 City of Sparta Referendum x Yes 757 No 752 Final will be Friday as there are 8 absentee ballots still out
Tomah School District Referendum x yes 754
no 607 Monroe County Referendum x Yes 1099 No 385 Village of Bangor Referendum x Yes 172 No 26 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 5 Anicka Purath 46 x Keyla Rosa 78 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 11 Rolan Covert 105 x Patrick Scheller 221 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 13 Donald Meyer (Inc.) 261 x Brian Logue 279 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 16 X Dan Ferries (Inc.) 205 Kim Cobb 104 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 19 Thomas Downer (Inc.) 120 X Hubert Hoffman 125 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 20 x Steve Doyle (Inc.) 249 Brian Barton 166 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 22 x Patrick Barlow (Inc.) 172 Christopher Zirzow 64 La Crosse County County Board Supervisor District 26 Tammy Gamroth (Inc.) 218 x Dan Hesse 239 Monroe County County Board Supervisor District 1 x Carol Las (Inc.) 118 Bill Olson 86 Monroe County County Board Supervisor District 6 x David Pierce (Inc.) 185 Paul Marten 132 Monroe County County Board Supervisor District 16 X James Rasmussen 226 Lori Welcher 172 Monroe County County Board Supervisor District 17 X Bruce Humphrey (Inc.) 226 Mary Von Ruden 89 Monroe County County Board Supervisor District 22 x Dean Peterson (Inc.) 221 Richard Yarington 86
City of Tomah Mayor x Shannon Hough 806 Le Roy Kelsey 504 Town of Campbell Town Board Supervisor 1 Bruce Becker 233 x Bob Wolfert 433 Village of Bangor Village Trustee x Kevin Hilby (Inc.) 155 x Jeff Radtke (Inc.) 147 x Amanda Hundt 153 David Simpson 50 Village of Holmen Village Trustee x Bill Ebner (Inc.) 385 Joe Gittens 270
x Steve Johnston 382
x Chuck Olson 325 Town of Holland Town Board Supervisor 4 Jay Bratberg 252 x Michael Hoffman 320 West Salem School District School Board x Sylvester Clements (Inc.) 1377 x Catherine Griffin 1287 Ralph Thorn 948 Holmen School District School Board X Gary Dunlap (Inc.) 1270 Joe Gittens (Inc.) 918 X Cheryl Hancock (Inc.) 1293 X Thomas Kruse 1022 Westby School District School Board Seat #6 Andrew Lipski 263 x Gerald Roethel 379
Local Tea Party supporter, Greg Luce has filed a complaint with the