• January 24, 2017

Jamie Spencer, Alexander Neiman Killed in Accident in Green Bay, WI

Howard, WI -- A single-vehicle crash left two men, Jamie Spencer, 24, and Alexander Neiman, 22, dead in the area of Green Bay, WI Sunday, January 22, 2017.

The incident took place in the area of 2000 Memorial Drive about 9 p.m.

It appears the vehicle containing the victims was headed south when it failed in negotiating a curve. The vehicle then crossed multiple lanes, and veered off the roadway. The vehicle then rolled over a guard rail, falling 30 feet into the creek below, top down.

Rescue units were able to retrieve the men, however, they were both killed in the wreckage.

The cause of the incident had yet to be determined, but police say they believe speed and alcohol may have been factors.

The official investigation is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

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