• March 16, 2017

Andy Mallory Killed, Steven Faber Hurt in Accident in Town of Lynn, WI

Town of Lynn, WI -- A suspected alcohol related crash in the area of Town of Lynn, WI killed 35-year-old Andy Mallory and left 35-year-old Steven Faber with injuries Monday, March 13, 2017.

The crash happened on Starr Road.

Police officials claim Mr. Faber and Mr. Mallory were the occupants of a truck that veered off the road. The vehicle then crashed into a ditch, rolling multiple times, and landing on its wheels.

Both occupants in the vehicle were ejected.

Mr. Mallory, the passenger in the vehicle, was killed at the scene of the incident.

Mr. Faber, the driver, was left with incapacitating injuries.

The exact cause if the incident had yet to be established, but police say they believe alcohol and excessive speed were factors.

The official investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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