Husband of Milwaukee Co. judge killed when SUV struck limo bus, rolled on I-43 in Ozaukee Co.

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OZAUKEE COUNTY — A 41-year-old Oak Creek man was killed in a crash on I-43 in Ozaukee County Saturday evening, October 7th. FOX6 News has learned the victim in this case is the husband of a Milwaukee County judge — Kashoua Yang.

It happened shortly before 6:00 p.m. on I-43 southbound, south of County Highway P in the Town of Port Washington.

Officials with the Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office said they took in a report of a SUV traveling erratically southbound on I-43 — deviating from its lane, traveling at varying speeds and coming to a stop on the interstate at one point before continuing southbound on the freeway.

As deputies were en route to intercept the SUV, it struck a limo bus that was stopped on the right shoulder. The SUV then rolled multiple times before coming to rest on its roof.

Rollover on I-43 SB near County HWY D in Ozaukee County

Rollover on I-43 SB near County HWY D in Ozaukee County

The Oak Creek man who was driving the SUV died as a result of his injuries. He has been identified as Long Thao.

The driver of the limo bus wasn’t hurt.


Assisting the sheriff’s office was the Wisconsin State Patrol, Belgium Fire/Rescue and the Ozaukee County Highway Department.

The crash remains under investigation by the Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office.