Life-Flight Summoned for Major Accident in Onalaska, ONALASKA, March 14, 2008 - According to Onalaska Police Officer Ashley Brame, a major accident occurred this morning on U.S. 190 in front of The Old House Liquor Store. Shortly after 11 am on March 14, 2008, a black GMC pickup driven by Glen Linck, 58, of Onalaska was west-bound on 190 when a full size white Dodge van driven by Dan Wescott, 75, also of Onalska made a left turn and failed to yield right-of-way to Linck. The truck broad sided the passenger side of the van's cab. A passenger that was with Wescott, Kenneth Miller, 36 of Onalaska was seriously injured. Police Chief Ron Gilbert operated the Jaws-of-LIfe (with assistance from Onalaska volunteer fireman J.R. Chance) to remove Miller from the van. According to sources, Miller sustained spinal injuries and didn't have feeling in parts of his body. LIfe-Flight was flown in to transport Miller to Hermann Hospital in Houston. Linck was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital via Americare Ambulance Service. All victims of the accident wore seatbelts, and both drivers had insurance. There were two wreckers at the scene (one a rollback) from George White & Sons Wrecker Service.