A Fall River man is recovering in a hospital after he was hit in the head by a piece of concrete while driving in Madison on Tuesday.
The piece of concrete was the size of a softball, and was believed to have been knocked up by another vehicle on the same roadway. The man was driving on U.S. Highway 151 in Madison when the concrete ball broke through his windshield, and struck him in the head.
The 50-year-old suffered injuries, and was taken to a local hospital to be treated. He is currently listed in fair condition. The Department of Transportation has fixed the part in the road where the concrete was kicked up, and the Dane County sheriff’s office announced that this was not an intentional act.
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