Victim of two-vehicle accident in Outagamie County identified

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DALE, Wis. (WFRV) —  Outagamie County officials have released the name of a driver who has died following a two-car crash on May 30. 

According to officials, officers were dispatched to the Town of Dale for a t-bone accident around 6:40 p.m. 

A vehicle was traveling south on CTH M when a Chevy Silverado traveling east on School Road failed to stop at a stop sign struck the vehicle.

The coroner has identified the driver of the vehicle struck as Pamela McGlin, 65, of the Neenah area. 

Outagamie County Sheriff’s office says the driver died at a local hospital from blunt force injuries to the chest and abdomen. 

The driver of the truck has not been identified but was transported to a local hospital, with a juvenile female passenger, for non-life threatening injuries.

The sheriff’s office says the incident remains under investigation. 

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