MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Three people were killed since midnight in transportation-related accidents throughout Wisconsin -- two of them involving passing trains.
In Dane County, police said a 63-year-old Madison area man died after being hit by a train near McFarland. Police were called around midnight, and they do not suspect foul play.
In Wauwatosa, a pedestrian was killed by a passing train around 9 a.m. The Milwaukee County medical examiner's office was called. Other details were not immediately available.
Also, a 58-year-old Racine man died Thursday morning in a one-car crash near Wisconsin Dells. The State Patrol said the driver was ejected, and a passenger was also injured.
It happened around 6:25 a.m. on westbound Interstate 90-94. Troopers said the vehicle drove into the median, overcorrected, went into the right ditch, and rolled over.
The driver was thrown from the car. An investigation continues.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)