Tuesday crash kills 54-year-old Kenosha woman, KCSD reports

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SOMERS ⏤ The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department reports a crash on Tuesday afternoon killed one local woman. Authorities have charged another person with felonies in her death.


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According to KCSD Sgt. David Wright, around 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, deputies and emergency personnel responded to the village of Somers for a serious crash on the 3500 block of Green Bay Road.

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There, they found a 2015 Subaru ⏤ occupied by four adults and two children ⏤ had been speeding southbound on Green Bay Road. At the same time, a 2013 Nissan made a left turn onto 35th Street from Green Bay. 

The Subaru struck the Nissan, causing the driver ⏤ the 54-year-old Kenosha woman ⏤ to be ejected into the west ditch line of Green Bay Road.

Both vehicles “had extensive damage and were towed from the scene,” according to a KCSD release.

One dies at crash scene

The Kenosha County Medical Examiner’s office pronounced the  54-year-old Kenosha woman driving the Nissan dead at the scene. The department is not releasing the woman’s name at this time.

The driver and passengers of the Subaru all sustained significant injuries, and emergency personnel took them to local hospitals.

Driver of Subaru charged

The driver of the Subaru ⏤ Darnell Lyons, of Kenosha ⏤ had a suspended license at the time of the crash. 

Therefore, Lyons faces several felony charges for causing death while suspended and causing great bodily harm while suspended. 

However, the investigation into the crash is ongoing. 

As a result, the department encourages anyone with information on the crash to contact its Detective Bureau at 262-605-5102. 



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