SOMERS ⏤ The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department has identified the woman killed in a Tuesday crash on Green Bay Road as Pamela S. Dupuis, 54, of Kenosha.


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Dupuis died in a two-vehicle crash on the 3500 block of Green Bay Road in Somers Tuesday afternoon.

At that time, around 2:15 p.m., KCSD deputies and emergency personnel responded to the scene where a Subaru had crashed into Dupuis’ Nissan as she turned left onto 35th Street from Green Bay Road. 


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Other driver charged in Dupuis’ death

As a result, the force of the impact caused the 54-year-old to be ejected from her vehicle. The Kenosha County Medical Examiner’s office pronounced her dead at the scene. 

The driver of the Subaru ⏤ Darnell Lyons, of Kenosha ⏤ had a suspended license, according to KCSD. 

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


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