2 dead after Jaguar becomes airborne, comes to rest upside down in Polk Co.

- Two are dead after the driver of a car crashed the vehicle on Hwy. 8 in Polk County, Wisconsin late Saturday night.

Around 10:45 p.m. Saturday, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a notification from SIRIUS XM that a 2017 Jaguar had an airbag deployment on Hwy. 8, about a quarter mile east of the Hwy. 46 intersection. Emergency medical services were dispatched the area.

Upon arrival, crews found a red, two-door Jaguar on the north side of the highway resting on its roof.

According to authorities, the car was heading east on Hwy. 8 when it crossed over the westbound lanes, entered a ditch and struck a property access drive. The car became airborne and struck several trees before coming to rest on the edge of the woods.

Both occupants of the Jaguar was pronounced dead at the scene. They have been identified as Donald Kelley, 60, and Robin Kelley, 54, both of Luck. 

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