A pickup truck veered off a rural highway on Nov. 3, 2018, in northwestern Wisconsin, killing three Girl Scouts and one parent cleaning a roadside as part of a service project near Chippewa Falls. Colten Treu, 22, has been charged in the case. Police say he was huffing from an aerosol canister before crashing into the group. Here's a look at how the case has developed.
A judge has declined to dismiss charges alleging that a man accused of killing three Girl Scouts and a mother in a hit-and-run was high on fumes from an aerosol can at the time.
Madalyn Zwiefelhofer suffered two broken legs, a displaced pelvis, a broken cheekbone and numerous injuries to her internal organs, but her spirit wasn’t broken.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Teachers, family and friends said goodbye Thursday to a Girl Scout and her mother killed in a hit-and-run along a rural road in northwestern Wisconsin, with a minister telling mourners their “world has been crushed.”
LAKE HALLIE — Funeral arrangements are set for three Girl Scouts and a mother who were killed in a hit-and-run in rural northwestern Wisconsin.
LAKE HALLIE — Vehicular homicide charges were filed Tuesday against a 21-year-old man accused of inhaling chemical vapors before he crashed his truck into a group of Girl Scouts picking up trash along a Wisconsin highway, killing three children and one adult, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Relatives of a Girl Scout and her mother who were killed in a hit-and-run crash in Wisconsin that also claimed the lives of two other girls struggled Monday to come to terms with their sudden, heartbreaking loss, saying "we all expect them to come back."
Hickle's grandmother, Judy Schneider, said her granddaughter dreamed of being an animator and shared a love of crafts with her mom.
A pickup truck veered off a rural highway on Nov. 3, 2018, in northwestern Wisconsin, killing three Girl Scouts and one parent cleaning a road…
"Our hearts are broken for the girls and families," CEO Sylvia Acevedo of Girl Scouts of the USA said in a statement.
A pickup truck lurched off a road in western Wisconsin Saturday and hit a group of Girl Scouts picking up trash in the ditch, leaving three girls and one adult dead and critically injuring a fourth girl, police said.
Chippewa County highway supervisor Brian Kelley — whose daughter, 9-year-old Jayna, died in a crash that killed four people who were picking up debris along a road Nov. 3 in Lake Hallie — testified on a bill in Madison this week that would give new protections to roadside cleanup workers.
A 22-year-old Wisconsin man accused of inhaling chemical vapors before crashing into a group of Girl Scouts has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges for the deaths of three girls and one mother.