UNDATED (WSAU) There were multiple car crashes in Central Wisconsin from Saturday's bad weather. The most serious was a two-car crash on Highway 29 near the 120th Avenue exit in Marathon County. Sheriffs deputies say two cars collided, sending four people to the hospital.
19-year-old Jacob Dennis-Oehling lost control of his vehicle in the westbound lanes, skidded across the median, and hit an oncoming vehicle driven by 49-year-old Paul Werni.
A passenger in the first car, 21-year-old Michael Borglin, is in critical condition. Sheriffs deputies say poor driving conditions and excessive speed are to blame for the crash, which is still under investigation.
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A car hit a motorcycle near the Exit 194 on-ramp on Highway 51 on Friday. There were two people on the bike. Both were hospitalized.
Police say 55-year-old Michael Pisca was pulling onto the highway when he didn't yield and hit the motorcycle. 58-year-old David Mackie of Mosinee and 57-year-old Rhonda Hoesly of Spencer were injured. They were taken to Wausau-Aspirus Hospital. Their injuries are not life threatening.