The Green Bay Police say three people died in a car crash on Lombardi Avenue on Sunday afternoon. Witnesses told officers one of the cars involved in the crash appeared to be traveling at high speeds in a 35 mph zone at the time of the crash.
The vehicle that traveled east was reported by witnesses to be traveling at least 60 mph. An estimate says the driver was going 90 mph at the time of the accident.
Police told WBAY 2 News that the crash happened at 1 p.m. when a car headed west on Lombardi made a left turn into a gas station entrance near Bart Starr Road and was hit by an eastbound vehicle. All three people in the westbound vehicle were killed.
The driver of the eastbound car suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital. Police say he’ll be taken to the Brown County Jail once he is released from the hospital.
Investigating officers say witnesses told them that driver was speeding. Police and prosectutors have not decided what charges he will face.