Police officers accept a certain amount of risk as part of their job and some even expect to encounter danger and possibly even death as they perform their duties. It may not be as expected, however, for one of them to die in a car accident on the way home after surviving another shift. Unfortunately for the family of one Wisconsin police officer, he lost his life in an accident shortly after getting off work one morning.
Losing a loved one in an unexpected way such as a car accident can be a trying time for the family. While everyone is aware of the dangers of driving, no one is ever prepared to receive the bad news that someone they care about has perished in a motor vehicle collision. One recent car accident claimed the life of a 74-year-old Wisconsin woman.
Car accidents can often prove to be a deadly occurrence. Wisconsin residents may have read about a recent car accident in which a young woman was killed and the driver as well as the passenger of the other car fled. A car accident such as this can be extremely hard on friends and family of the victim as they wait for justice to be served.
Wisconsin criminal proceedings are underway in Fond Du Lac County in the aftermath of a double fatal motor vehicle accident. The car accident occurred in March when the driver plowed into a group of motorcycles. Two bikers lost their lives in the tragedy, and eight other bikers suffered personal injuries.
A recent car crash in Green Lake County, Wisconsin has left one woman dead and a man seriously injured. With few details made available by police, both families are likely struggling to understand how the car accident took place and which party may be at fault. The Green Lake County Sheriff's Office is continuing to investigate the wreck, and the results of that investigation may help the families determine their next steps in the matter.
A deadly crash in western Wisconsin has claimed the life of a 67-year-old man. The car accident occurred on Interstate 94 in the westbound lanes of travel.
When an individual is involved in a serious car accident, their life, and the lives of those closest to them can change in an instant. Everything 'normal' comes to a halt as loved ones scramble to find out the extent of the injuries sustained in the car accident and wait for news of the prognosis for recovery. Even once a Wisconsin resident begins the recovery process, it can be a long time before 'normal' comes back into play.
A boating accident that took place in July 2012 has made its way into a Wisconsin criminal court. The operator of the boat, a 22-year-old male, was charged with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle for his responsibility in the fatal accident. The crash led to the death of his passenger, a 23-year-old man.
Wisconsin readers will likely remember a tragic car accident that occurred in March 2012 and ended the lives of two teenagers. The fatal car accident touched the hearts of many within the Manitowoc community, and led to criminal charges against the teenage driver. The criminal case recently ended, and the young man responsible for this terrible loss of life has been sentenced in the matter. For the families of those killed in the crash, the outcome may serve as an important step on their journey toward closure and healing.
Wisconsin residents likely remember the horrific details of a fatal pile-up on Highway 151 just north of Fond du Lac. The car accident took place in May 2012, and led to the death of two men and injuries to eight others. The incident made headlines across the state, and touched the hearts of many within the area.