Amy Miller Obituary, Death – A new piece of information concerning the unfortunate occurrence that occurred in Wauwatosa on Tuesday has become accessible to the public. Amy Miller, age 40, of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; Paul Woida, age 85, of Milwaukee; and the woman from Milwaukee who was operating the pothole repair vehicle for the Milwaukee Department of Public Works; she was 64 years old. All three of these people were killed in the accident. This tragic event claimed the lives of all three of these individuals. It has been determined that the people whose names are mentioned above were those who were killed or injured in the accident. Their names are listed in the order in which they were found on the list. Because the medical examiner is “still expecting a positive ID,” as was stated in the sentence that came before this one, her name has not yet been made publicly available in an official capacity to the general public as of yet.
This is the case despite the fact that it has been made clear that the medical examiner is “still expecting a positive ID.” On Tuesday about noon, a truck collided into nine cars that were stopped at the red light at the junction of Mayfair Road and Wisconsin Avenue. Because the light had turned red, the drivers of the vehicles waited patiently at the intersection. After the event, it was discovered that the vehicle had caught fire for whatever reason that is yet unknown.
According to the report that was created by the investigation division of the ME, witnesses indicated that the driver appeared to be having problems a half mile back at the intersection of Watertown Plank. This was indicated in the report that was compiled by the division. After coming to a stop at a green light, the driver continued forward into the junction even though the light had turned red, which led to him crashing with another vehicle as he made his way through the intersection. After that, the driver proceeded southbound on Mayfair Road at a speed of “60-70 miles per hour” after continuing on Mayfair Road.