A recent crash on U.S. Hiway 10 involving a Waupaca fire truck is putting the emphasis back on the state’s “Slow Down and Move Over Law”. Sunday night around 8 pm an S-U-V driven by 48 year old Jeremy G. Remy of Horicon slammed into the back of the fire truck as it was re-entering traffic from the shoulder. The truck had its emergency lights operating at the time. The accident report prepared by Waupaca County deputies says there was no evidence that Remy attempted to slow down before it hit the back of the fire truck. He suffered serious injuries in the crash and remains hospitalized in the Fox Valley. Remy was also cited for inattentive driving and failure to yield for an emergency vehicle. Waupaca County Sheriff Brad Hardel says the “Slow Down and Move Over” law was put in place nearly a decade ago to prevent these types of crashes. He says he worries every day about his officers making traffic stops, especially on Hiways 10 and 45. Two squad cars have been hit in just the last few years while pulled over on Hiway 10, with one officer suffering minor injuries. Sheriff Hardel, himself, worked as a patrol officer for 20 years with the department, and had plenty of close calls. He says on at least two occasions he had to jump out of the path of an oncoming vehicle, and one was hit by the mirror of a car that failed to move over.