• February 08, 2017

Sherry Meyer Killed in Brookfield, WI, Car Accident

Brookfield, WI -- January 3, 2017, Sherry Meyer was killed as the result of an accident in which her car and another crashed at an intersection.

Brookfield authorities were called to the accident scene just after 8:00 p.m. It took place at the intersection of West Capitol Drive and Springdale Road.

Preliminary reports indicate that 58-year-old Meyer was on northbound Springdale waiting to turn right onto Capitol. As she waiting, police say that an eastbound car on Capitol passing by Springdale failed to maintain its lane. This caused it to crash into the side of Meyer's vehicle.

Meyer sustained critical injuries in the crash, and she was taken over to Froedtert Hospital. She later died there. The 16-year-old driver of the other car was not hurt.

It's unclear if the police issued any citations or charges. They say neither road conditions nor intoxicants were involved.

No further information is currently available.

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