Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Snow-covered, slippery roads south of Rice Lake, Wisconsin, played a role in a Monday morning crash that left one driver dead and another injured.
An administrator at the University of Wisconsin-Stout was killed Wednesday evening in a crash involving a deer and a semi truck on Interstate 94. Kay Schnur, 56, was killed near Osseo, Wisconsin just before 7 p.m., according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Schnur, from Merrillan, was traveling eastbound on I-94 when her vehicle struck a deer and stopped in the right lane of traffic.
A tow truck driver was struck and killed Monday morning in Jackson County, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says the accident happened at about 8:25 a.m. on Interstate 94, five miles east of Osseo. The victim was in the process of removing a disabled vehicle when he was hit by a passing truck.
Wisconsin state troopers arrested a Hayward, Wis., woman Friday after she allegedly drove intoxicated and crashed her car with her 4-year-old child inside it.
A 50-year-old Austin, Minn., man was in a Wisconsin jail Friday morning, authorities say, because he drove under the influence and got into a crash with three other cars.
The day after a vigil was held for two Wisconsin teens killed in a crash on I-94 last week, authorities confirmed Monday that a third teen has died as a result of injuries suffered in the crash.
A 22-year-old Wisconsin woman suffered life-threatening injuries Tuesday morning after her car collided with a semi, authorities said.
A 24-year-old woman died from injuries suffered in a western Wisconsin crash, authorities said.