Driver cited for crash with Fond du Lac County deputy

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (WBAY) - A crash involving three vehicles in Fond du Lac Tuesday, including a Fond du Lac County sheriff's deputy's car, was caused by a driver who ran a stop sign.

That's from the Wisconsin State Patrol. Its investigation showed that driver's gold minivan was going east on Merrill Avenue and drove into the path of the sheriff's deputy on National Avenue. They collided, spinning out in the intersection, then the gold minivan hit a green minivan that was waiting at the westbound stop sign on the other side of National Ave.

The driver of the gold minivan, Jarrett Anderson of Fond du Lac, and the sheriff's deputy, Blaine Evans, also of Fond du Lac, were taken to a hospital. Their injuries were described as minor.

The Wisconsin State Patrol says Anderson was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign.