Wednesday, Nov. 2: As Katelynn Kunert of De Soto was pulling out of the De Soto High School parking lot, she did not see an oncoming vehicle in the eastbound lane, and then collided with the vehicle, which was operated by Eloda Bohland, also of De Soto. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were towed due to disabling damage. 

Thursday, Nov. 3: Traveling too fast for conditions, Dalyn Wiebe of Viroqua was eastbound on Three Chimney Road in the town of Viroqua and was unable to negotiate the curve in the roadway. The vehicle left the road, traveled down a slight embankment, and came to rest in a field. No injuries were sustained. The vehicle had disabling damage and was removed by Wiebe.  

Saturday, Nov. 5: John McKinney of La Crosse was traveling eastbound on County Highway B in the town of Coon when he swerved to miss a deer, he later stated. McKinney ran off the right side of the road and struck a mailbox and electrical junction box. McKinney did not report any injuries. The vehicle had functional damage. 

Sunday, Nov. 6: Patrick Adler of Richland Center was traveling eastbound on Highway 14 in the town of Kickapoo when he swerved to miss a deer, he later stated. Adler lost control of the vehicle, left the roadway, and hit a road sign. Adler did not receive any injuries. The vehicle was towed due to disabling damage. 

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The following vehicle/deer accidents were reported last week:

• Frederick Hendrickson of Westby, on Highway 14, town of Hamburg

• Lauren Campbell of Viola, on Highway 14, town of Franklin

• Jenny Egge of Boscobel, on Highway 14, town of Viroqua