• September 13, 2018

Man Injured, Another Charged in Madison, WI, OWI Accident on Milwaukee

Madison, WI -- September 7, 2018, a man sustained serious injuries after an accident where an allegedly intoxicated driver struck him along Milwaukee Street.

According to information released by the Madison Police Department, the accident happened at around 12:45 a.m. at the corner of Milwaukee Street and Swanton Road.

Police officials stated that a 48-year-old man was walking at the time when he attempted to cross the intersection. As he did so, police say 32-year-old Xia Lee struck him with a vehicle.

As a result of this accident, the pedestrian sustained life-threatening injuries. Police transported him to a local hospital for treatment.

Police arrested Lee and charged him with causing injury by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle. Additional information is not clear at this time.

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