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Radio broadcaster seriously injured in vehicular accident

WAUK-AM radio broadcaster and Marquette University basketball radio voice Steve “The Homer” True was seriously hurt in an automobile accident on the morning of Wednesday, November 13. He was taken to Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for treatment of a critical head injury.

According to a report by WISN-TV (Channel 12), True was driving a Toyota Corolla eastwards on West Hampton when another driver in a Cadillac and heading southeast on West Fond du Lac hit his vehicle just before 10 a.m.

The 44-year-old suspect has transported to a nearby hospital to undergo an alcohol-blood test after he was believed to be driving while impaired. The man was arrested by the police and is facing charges of intoxicated use of a motor vehicle causing great bodily harm.

True, who just turned 59 the day of his accident, was listed as being in critical condition.

Our accomplished lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® are prepared to help people in Appleton pursue financial compensation from the parties who caused their accidents and injuries. Call us at (920) 738-0900 so we can discuss the next step in your legal proceedings.

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