James J. Kosinski : Fatal Crash in Sawyer County Results in Death of 77-Year-Old Hayward Man

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : A tragic incident occurred on Saturday morning in Sawyer County, resulting in the death of a 77-year-old man from Hayward. The Sawyer County Sheriff’s Office released a statement regarding the incident, providing some details about the crash.

At approximately 9:14 am on December 2, 2023, Sawyer County Deputies, along with the assistance of Sawyer County EMS and the Winter Fire Department, responded to a single-vehicle crash on County Highway B. The accident happened east of the intersection with County Highway W in the Town of Winter.

Upon arriving at the scene, emergency personnel discovered a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox in a wooded area off the roadway. The preliminary investigation indicated that the vehicle had been traveling eastbound on County Highway B when the driver lost control. As a result, the car veered off the road and overturned in the ditch line, ultimately colliding with a tree.

Tragically, the driver, identified as 77-year-old James J. Kosinski from Hayward, sustained fatal injuries in the crash and succumbed to them. The authorities have not released any information about the cause of the accident or whether any other factors may have contributed to the incident.

Both the Sawyer County Sheriff’s Office and the Sawyer County Medical Examiner’s Office are currently investigating the crash to determine the exact circumstances that led to the tragic outcome.

As more information becomes available, the authorities will provide updates to shed light on the incident. The community mourns the loss of James J. Kosinski, and his family and friends are undoubtedly grieving during this difficult time.

It is crucial for drivers to exercise caution and adhere to traffic regulations to prevent accidents. The tragic outcome of this crash serves as a reminder of the importance of safe driving practices. The Sawyer County Sheriff’s Office urges all motorists to remain vigilant on the roads and prioritize their safety as well as the safety of others.

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