OREGON (WKOW) -- Officials say an Oregon man was arrested for drunk driving after crashing his car Sunday night.
Dane County Sheriff's deputies and Oregon EMS and Fire responded to a one-vehicle crash with injuries on County Highway MM, near County Highway A in the town of Oregon around 11:0 p.m. Sunday.
Officials say 20-year-old Colton Reindahl, of Oregon, was driving on County Highway MM, when he failed to negotiate a curve. His car entered a ditch and rolled over.
Authorities say Reindahl had one passenger in the vehicle -- 18-year-old Arielle Blume, of Oregon. Blume sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries, and was transported to UW Hospital.
Police say both Reindahl and Blume were wearing their seatbelts.
Officials say Reindahl was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, 1st offense, causing injury. He was booked into the Dane County Jail. Reindahl was also cited for inattentive driving, unsafe lane deviation, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
OREGON (WKOW)-- Dane County Communications reports one person was transported to a local hospital due to injuries sustained in a crash in the village of Oregon.
The crash, was a single vehicle crash, one other person was in the car.
Authorities received the call for the crash around 11:00 PM Sunday night. The accident occurred on Highway MM and Rome Corners Road in Oregon.
OREGON (WKOW)-- Dane County Communications reports an accident occurred in the village of Oregon around 11:00 PM Sunday night.
The crash occurred on Highway MM in Oregon. Authorities are still responding to the crash. We'll have more updates on wkow.com as it comes available.
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