MILWAUKEE -- There are lingering questions after a fatal motorcycle crash on Sunday, May 15th in Mukwonago. Officials say a motorcyclist struck a car, and as he was being taken to the hospital, the ambulance carrying him was involved in a crash in Milwaukee.
The crash involving the motorcycle happened near Highway 83 and Black Bear Boulevard in Mukwonago.
Family members have confirmed to FOX6 News that 48-year-old Daniel Weber, known by his biker name "Digger" died after the crash.
Village of Mukwonago Police Chief Kevin Schmidt says it happened in the early evening hours on May 15th.
Weber was allegedly riding northbound on 83. Investigators say another vehicle was turning southbound onto Highway 83 from Black Bear Boulevard.
Schmidt says several witnesses reported seeing Weber speeding in a 35 miles-per-hour zone.
Schmidt said it appears Weber hit the other vehicle. Police say he was not wearing a helmet.
From the scene in Mukwonago, Weber was taken by ambulance to Froedtert Hospital. His injuries were severe. Sources say Weber flat-lined, but was revived.
On the way to the hospital, near 92nd and Oklahoma in Milwaukee, the ambulance carrying Weber was involved in a crash. It happened around 7:30 p.m.
Milwaukee police say the ambulance had its lights and siren activated as it crossed the intersection. Investigators say a Pontiac Vibe entered the intersection and collided with the ambulance.
Four Mukwonago firefighters were treated for injuries, as were the driver and passenger in the Pontiac Vibe.
Police say the driver of the ambulance was issued a citation for not slowing down as it approached a red light.
Officials say the wreck had little impact on Weber's health. Police say Weber had a pulse, and was breathing when he was put into another ambulance to be taken to Froedtert.
Sadly, investigators say Weber later died at the hospital from injuries sustained in the crash in Mukwonago.
Mukwonago police say they're still investigating the crash, and haven't issued any citations.
Meanwhile, a family member of Weber tells FOX6 News they have retained a lawyer and are pursuing legal options at this time.