Tammy Hafenstein car accident, man faced with vehicular homicide

Tammy Hafenstein car accident

Tammy Hafenstein death, a 47-year-old man identified as Daniel Bryfczynski of Horicon is faced with vehicular homicide for allegedly driving under the influence of drug in June vehicle accident that led to the death of 50-year-old Tammy Hafenstein.

The head-on collision happened Wednesday afternoon at about 12:52 p.m. while Hafenstein was driving westbound lane on Highway 33 in the Town of Oak Grove.

A Ford truck driven by Bryfczynski which was traveling on eastbound lane reportedly crossed the centerline and stuck Hafenstein’s Buick sedan.

The passenger in Hafenstein’s vehicle identified as Sarah Hafenstein suffered life threatening injuries and was transported to Children’s Hospital Madison via LifeNet Air Methods.

Bryfczynski was flown to Aurora Summit Hospital in Oconomowoc by Flight for Life helicopter. He sustained serious injuries. A passenger in Bryfczynski who was identified as a 44-year-old Horicon passenger was taken to Marshfield Medical Center Beaver Dam with minor injuries.

Daniel Bryfczynski, the driver of the Ford truck faces vehicular homicide

Daniel Bryfczynski faces felony charges of homicide by vehicle — use of a controlled substance (second and subsequent offense) and use of a vehicle with a controlled substance in his blood causing great bodily harm. Bryfczynski condition allegedly made him to fell asleep, drove across and crashed into an oncoming car, killing a 50-year-old Lake Mills female driver.

Bryfczynski allegedly acknowledged to consuming marijuana earlier in the day while fishing, according to the criminal complaint. Before taking his boat out of the water and driving home in his truck, he allegedly told investigators that the effects of the drug had worn off.

Bryfczynski risks a sentence of more than 62 years in prison if convicted.

According to the lawsuit, a blood test revealed he was driving while under the influence of ketamine, marijuana, cocaine, and opiates.

Ketamine is an anesthetic that is used to induce and maintain anesthesia. It causes pain relief, drowsiness, and forgetfulness by inducing a trance-like state.

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