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UPDATE: Eau Claire teen killed in Clark County crash

Clark County (Press Release) - The Clark County Sheriff's Department is reporting the 5th fatality of 2010, with a two-vehicle collision in the Town of Thorp.

The sheriff's department received a call around 11:45 a.m. on Sunday, December 12, of a crash on Highway X, at the intersection of Copenhaver Avenue.

Initial investigation indicates Brandon P. Timlin, 21, of Eau Claire was on Copenhaver, when he failed to yield at a stop sign at Highway X. His car was hit, in the passenger side, by a vehicle driven by Steven J. Shilts, 52, of Stanley.

Shenea L. Mueller, 19, of Eau Claire, a passenger in Timlin's vehicle was taken to the hospital. She later passed away from internal injuries sustained from the crash.

Other occupants of the vehicles sustained minor injuries.

Roads were snow covered and slippery at the time of the crash.

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Clark County (Press Release) - The Clark County Sheriff's Department is reporting the 5th fatality of 2010, with a two-vehicle collision in the Town of Thorp.

The sheriff's department received a call around 11:45 a.m. on Sunday, December 12, of a crash on Highway X, at the intersection of Copenhaver Avenue.

Initial investigation indicates Brandon P. Timlin, 21, of Eau Claire was on Copenhaver, when he failed to stop at a stop sign at Highway X. His car was hit, in the passenger side, by a vehicle driven by Steven J. Shilts, 52, of Stanley.

Shenea L. Mueller, 19, a passenger in Timlin's vehicle was taken to the hospital. She later passed away from internal injuries sustained from the crash.

Other occupants of the vehicles sustained minor injuries.

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