Investigators say that toxicology results indicate that a Wisconsin driver's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit at the time of an accident earlier this year. As a result, the driver has now been charged with homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle and injury by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle in connection with the fatal car accident that occurred in Aug. 2012 near Black River Falls. The driver of the vehicle that was struck by the man was seriously injured, and the passenger in that vehicle died.
In what began as an argument in a local bar, quickly escalated to a fight between two young adults. But when it spilled onto the streets of Milwaukee, that's when witnesses say it began to get out of hand.
A bus vs. SUV crash has left a Wisconsin man dead. The family of the deceased SUV driver may file a wrongful death claim against the driver of the bus and the city company he worked for, Belle Urban System. Authorities are still investigating the accident.
Earlier this month, a 30-year-old Madison woman stole a 2003 Nissan Altima, and while driving on a suspended driver's license, proceeded to drive across Wisconsin leaving a series of accidents in her wake.
The Wisconsin State Patrol is investigating a single car accident that resulted in one fatality. The damp roadway may have been a factor in the crash. Until their investigation is complete, authorities have not decided whether any criminal charges will be filed against the driver as a result of the car accident. Authorities do not believe that alcohol was a factor in the crash.
Drivers in Wisconsin need no reminder as to how difficult it is to drive in hazardous conditions, but Mother Nature thought otherwise when she dumped nearly a foot of snow across most parts of the Upper Midwest over the weekend.
Wisconsin authorities are withholding the names of two people involved in an accident while they notify their families. The car accident left one person dead and another seriously injured. Two vehicles were involved in the accident that took place in Fond du Lac County.
No parent in Wisconsin-or anywhere for that matter-wants to receive the horrifying news that their child has been killed in a car accident. This is especially true when that child has been killed by a drunk driver months before their first birthday.