50-year-old woman struck by car, dies at intersection on Milwaukee’s southwest side

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Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Milwaukee's southwest side

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office is responding to the intersection of 60th and Norwich in Milwaukee — where a woman has been struck by a vehicle.

Officials say an adult female was crossing the street in the crosswalk when she was struck. The woman has died. Police say the victim is 50 years old.

Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Milwaukee's southwest side

Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Milwaukee’s southwest side

Milwaukee police say the striking vehicle and driver remained on scene and the driver is cooperating with police.

An autopsy is set for Tuesday, November 8th.

FOX6 News has a crew on the scene — and we will update this story as soon as more information is available.

Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Milwaukee's southwest side

Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Milwaukee’s southwest side

3 comments

  • Nancy Tegeder

    My sister was the woman that was struck and killed on 60th and Norwich on Monday afternoon. Her name is Shelly Jarvey- she was only 53 years old. We are, of course, all in shock and great grief right now. Her obituary is posted on jsonline with pictures. It would be appreciated if a name and face was attached to this story. This is a terrible tragedy- she should be recognized. Thank you

    • Nancy Tegeder

      Shelly was helping a friend, who had a stroke years back, with yard work. She decided to go check if a childhood friends family still lived in the house across the street.

    • Nancy Tegeder

      Shelly was helping a friend, who had a stroke years back, with some yard work. She decided to go across the street to see if a childhood friends family still lived there.

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