Representatives from the Wisconsin State Police have identified the individuals killed and injured in a Barron County, WI road collision on January 15th, 2013. Police currently believe that Cheryl Baglien was killed, and her daughter Chloe Baglien was critically injured when the vehicle they occupied collided with a tractor-trailer. Investigators estimate that the Kia Sorento operated by Cheryl crossed into the lanes of oncoming traffic for reasons currently unexplained and collided with a semi-truck operated by Steven Hoffman.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Cheryl Baglien was pronounced dead on the scene from the injuries inflicted on her in the accident. Chloe Baglien was transported via helicopter to Regions Hospital with serious injuries, and her current condition was not made immediately available to the public. Steven Hoffman did not report immediate injury in connection with the accident.
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