Victim identified after deadly Glendale crash involving UPS truck, car
Jaclyn Brandt with Jay Sorgi
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Police Department has identified the woman who was killed in a crash involving a UPS truck and a car near Glendale.
Corinne Strahl, 57, was killed in the crash which took place Monday near the corner of North Green Bay and West Custer Avenues. She was from Glendale.
According to Sergeant Mark Stanmeyer with Milwaukee Police, she was driving the 2003 Honda Civic which was traveling northbound on Green Bay when it struck a legally parked UPS delivery truck.
"The Honda Civic and the UPS truck both erupted into flames after the crash," said Sgt. Stanmeyer. "The UPS driver was out of the truck making a delivery and he, along with a witness, pulled the driver of the Honda from the burning car. The driver, a 57-year-old Glendale woman, died at the scene."
UPS Corporate Communications said their driver was not injured in the crash, but there were packages on the truck at the time. UPS is working on notifying their customers. They are also working with local agencies in the investigation.