GREENFIELD -- A case involving a 28-year-old Pick 'n Save employee who was struck by a vehicle and then pinned under that vehicle on Friday, February 26th was reviewed Thursday, March 3rd by the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office for potential charges against the striking driver.
Officials aren't filing charges at this point -- awaiting the driver's blood test results from the Wisconsin Crime Lab.
The pedestrian who was struck has been identified as Vanessa Rodgers of Greenfield.
She was struck by a vehicle being driven by an 80-year-old Milwaukee woman.
911 calls were released from this incident on March 2nd.
The 28-year-old Greenfield woman was in critical condition after the incident.
It happened at the Pick 'n Save store near 76th and Cold Spring Road.
911 Caller: “A lady ran over a lady. She’s trapped under her car.”
Dispatcher: “OK, this is at Pick 'n Save?”
911 Caller: “Yes, 76th and Cold Spring."
911 Caller: "Oh my God, she's trapped under the car."
Dispatcher: "Is she underneath the vehicle?"
911 Caller: "Yes, she`s completely...her entire body is."
Dispatcher: "Her entire body is underneath the vehicle?"
911 Caller: "Her entire body is under the car."
The Pick 'n Save employee was struck by a car that was driven by an 80-year-old Milwaukee woman.
"At this point it seems like an unfortunate accident," said Captain Mike Brunner, Greenfield Police Department.
Brunner said the Pick 'n Save employee was unconscious. The frantic 80-year-old driver was being consoled.
"Impairment and speed aren't really factors," said Brunner.
Bystanders quickly got car jacks to free the woman, and she was taken to Froedtert Hospital.
911 Caller: “Somebody is getting a jack. Make sure you put the jack under the frame. Make sure the jack goes under the frame.”
911 Caller: “The whole car is on top of her. She’s completely underneath it.”
Dispatcher: “Our fire department should be coming up on scene. We have them out there, OK?”
911 Caller: “OK, we’re trying to jack up the car ourselves.”
Dispatcher: “OK, make sure you don’t pull on her. Make sure she stays there.”
Police said the 80-year-old driver was cooperative. Police said she was traveling at a low speed, and was making a turn towards an exit at the time of the incident.
Roundy's, the company that owns Pick 'n Save released a statement saying they take the safety of all their customers and employees seriously.