Oshkosh is a city in Winnebago County, Wisconsin, United States, located where the Fox River enters Lake Winnebago from the west. The city is located adjacent to and partially within the Town of Oshkosh.
An accident report, obtained through an open records request by The State Journal, says Jacoby's blood alcohol level "would have a significant impact on his judgment and driving ability".
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Another good website to see the latest alcohol related news stories is A Nissan Silvia two-door saloon carrying two women and two men, all in their early 20s and from Christchurch, crashed into a concrete wall near Macartneys Rd, while travelling south on State Highway 75 about 10.45pm yesterday. (AP) - Kentucky State Police say alcohol and speeds of near 140 mph contributed to a fatal wreck that killed three teens in Frankfort in April.
Troopers determined that an Audi driven by 18-year-old Nick Jacoby on April 1 may have overcorrected and spun out of control after having reached speeds between 139 and 145 mph.
By 1870, Oshkosh had become the third-largest city in Wisconsin with a population of over 12,000.