Maryxa Valle-Zepeda Obituary, 18-year-old woman killed in reckless driving crash identified
- john Gibson
Maryxa Valle-Zepeda Obituary, Death – The name of the young woman, who was 18 years old, who passed away in a collision in West Allis that is thought to have been caused by drunk driving has been made public by the authorities that are responsible for the incident. The collision occurred on April 1. Maryxa Valle-Zepeda, who was a resident of Milwaukee, is said to have gone away as a result of injuries she got in the collision that took place at the intersection of South 60th and West Burnham streets, as stated by the report from the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office.
The incident occurred at the junction of South 60th and West Burnham Streets. It was one of two fatal incidents that occurred within half an hour of each other early on Sunday morning in the Milwaukee area. Both of the accidents took place in the same general vicinity. Both incidents took place within the same building or structure. The crash occurred in West Allis at about 12:30 in the morning local time. Valle-Zepeda was reportedly a passenger in a Pontiac G6 that was traveling east on Burnham Street when the police in West Allis responded to the scene.
Because the car did not come to a complete stop at the red light on 60th Street, it was involved in a collision with a Jeep that was heading south on 60th. As a result of the incident, Valle-Zepeda sustained injuries. As a direct consequence of the collision, both vehicles had to be removed from the roadway, and as a consequence, two individuals sustained injuries.
The driver of the Pontiac, a male from West Allis who was 20 years old, was sent to the hospital after the accident and was later arrested on suspicion of homicide by intoxicated operation of a motor vehicle while he was there. The driver of the Pontiac was brought to the hospital following the accident. In order to receive treatment for their various injuries, the female driver of the Jeep, who was 18 years old, as well as the two pedestrians, who were men aged 53 and 50 and all coming from Milwaukee, were all transferred to a nearby hospital.