Watertown, WI — A woman from Reeseville was killed on Highway 26 after a fatal accident with a semi-truck on Saturday, November 9, 2013. Darlyn Pfeiffer, 61, was killed when her minivan may have run a stop sign and into the path of a semi-truck at Highway 26 and County Road Q.
Pfeiffer was driving east along County Road Q at about 11:55 a.m. that Saturday when she apparently failed to stop at the stop sign for Highway 26. Her Chrsyley minivan rolled through the intersection and was hit by a southbound semi-truck driven by 59-year old Robert Hebert.
The collision killed Pfeiffer but did not injure Hebert. The police said they’d look into the matter further, but no updates were given after Pfeiffer was identified.
Scene of the Accident
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