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Police: Intoxicated driver causes head-on Madison crash

MADISON (WKOW) —  Madison police took a man into custody for alleged intoxicated driving and causing a crash.

Officers arrested Kenneth A. Lutomski, 34, who faces a charge of injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle. Police also cited the Cudahy man for deviating from a designated lane, according to an MPD incident report.

Authorities responded to the 1000 block of Williamson Street at 1:37 p.m. for a head-on crash which left one woman with a broken ankle and fractured spine.

“There was nowhere to go . . . he came straight at me,” the 53-year-old Madison woman later told police at the hospital.

Witnesses said a large white rental truck drove all over the road and slowed for no reason as it turned from John Nolen Drive to Williamson Street, according to police. The truck swerved toward and sideswiped another car and nearly missed others before the head-on crash.

Police said Lutomski admitted to being a heroin user. He allegedly appeared drowsy and had “pinpoint pupils.” He denied using the drug but failed field sobriety tests, according to police.


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