Briana Thompson of Appleton WI, killed in Deadly car accident

Briana Thompson Death, Obituary – According to the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office, an accident on State 26, which can be found to the north of U.S. 151, resulted in the death of a young woman from Appleton, Wisconsin, who was 22 years old. The incident took place on Sunday evening. The woman was to blame for the collision since she was driving in the wrong lanes at the time.

The preliminary findings of the inquiry indicate that Briana L. Thompson was driving in the northbound lanes of State 26, when all of a sudden, she crossed over into the southbound lanes. This occurred after she made an abrupt lane change. The automobile was damaged as a result of a collision with an SUV traveling in the southbound direction. Both vehicles went off the road and into a ditch on the same side of the highway, which is located on the western side of the highway near to where Cattaraugus Road is located.

The records that have been retained by the sheriff’s office indicate that the initial call for assistance was received on Sunday about 5:45 p.m. When they arrived to the location, they discovered that Thompson had passed away some time before. The woman who was behind the wheel of the SUV has been identified by the Waupun police department as a local citizen who is sixty years old. She was transferred to a local hospital so that the relatively minor injuries that she had sustained as a result of the incident could be treated.

The collision had resulted in her being injured. As a result of the collision, the lanes of State Highway 26 heading south were cut off for a period of time equal to three hours. The initial investigation that was conducted by the sheriff’s office led them to the conclusion that driving too quickly and “inattentively” were factors that contributed to the collision. This was the conclusion that they came to after reaching the conclusion that these two factors were contributors. The collision was caused in part by both of these variables, which were both factors that contributed.