Sunday, October 29, 2017

Robert Howski, A Motorcycle Driver Killed In Crash With SUV In Oak Creek

Oak Creek Police confirmed that an 18-year-old male motorcycle driver died at the scene after being involved in a fatal crash with an SUV.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 29, 2017

Oak Creek, WI - On Sunday, Robert Howski, 18, a motorcycle driver from Oak Creek was killed in a fatal crash with an SUV around 1:10 p.m., according to Oak Creek police. Howski was identified by friends. 
The Oak Creek police, Wisconsin State Patrol and the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office continue with the investigation. The preliminary medical examiner's report states that Howski was weaving through traffic and speeding on a 45 speed zone. He was believed to have been speeding between 85 to 90 miles per hour along S. Howell Ave. when he struck an SUV heading southbound that made a legal U-turn heading northbound. A group of Howski's friends were following him in a vehicle and witnessed the crash, according to the medical examiner. Howski was wearing a protective helmet.
Howski had worked at a Pick'n Save in Oak Creek and had just been hired by the City of Oak Creek, according to his Facebook account.
Howski graduated last year from Oak Creek High School and was in the wrestling team. He also attended MATC.

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