Madison Police And Fire Crews Work Two More Accidents On Thursday

A accident a day for most of the week

Yesterday afternoon at approximately 2:58 PM Madison Police and Fire Department responded to SR 56 just east of the South Clifty Park entrance at Dr. Kennedy’s Office for an automotive accident with entrapment. 

Then at 3:45, units responded to 2300 blk of Michigan Rd near The Greens of Madison Apartments for another accident with injuries. 

Area law enforcement and fire crews have responded to an accident pretty much each day this week. 

With winter weather possible this weekend and every day Madison Fire and Police Departments would like to remind everyone to drive safe and obey all traffic laws.

 And remember seat belts save lives.

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