Teenage girl was killed when a car crashed into a bus shelter

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The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating a fatal car accident that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old girl. The accident occurred at around 9:55 on Saturday night, near North 10th Street and West Capitol Drive. Police said a 27-year-old Milwaukee man was driving east on the Capitol when he lost control and hit a bus shelter. Then the car rolled over and caught fire. The teenager, also from Milwaukee, died from his injuries. She was identified as Jamela Doyle on Monday. Investigators said she was arrested by the police by some catapults. His name has not been announced. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Initial reports indicate that the driver may be speeding and racing with another car at the time of the accident. Doyle’s mother addressed WISN 12 on Monday. “My life has changed forever. There is always a hole in my heart,” she said. A registered sex offender. “He decided to pick up my daughter from work. He shouldn’t pick her up at any time. He picked her up, put her in the car, and then drove crazy,” McCarston said. She said he was also the father of her 1-year-old granddaughter. “I have to show her the pictures. Then she will know what her mother looks like. It’s so sad,” McCarston said. “It’s something I don’t know to be prepared but not ready to deal with. Because everyone doesn’t want her to be with him,” said Doyle’s sister Shanika Johnson. It is expected that charges will be filed in this case. No other details.

The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating a fatal car accident that killed a 17-year-old girl.

At around 9:55 on Saturday night, it happened near North 10th Street and West Capitol Drive.

Police said a 27-year-old Milwaukee man lost control and crashed into a bus shelter while driving east on the Capitol.

The car then overturned and caught fire.

This young girl, also from Milwaukee, died from her injuries.

She was identified as Jamela Doyle on Monday.

Investigators said that she was partially ejected from the car and pinned under the car.

The police arrested the driver.

His name has not been announced.

The cause of the crash is still under investigation.

Initial reports indicate that at the time of the accident, the driver may be speeding and racing with another car.

Doyle’s mother addressed WISN 12 on Monday.

“My life has changed forever. There is always a hole in my heart,” she said.

Mary McCuiston said the court ordered a no-contact order between her daughter and the man with her because he was a registered sex offender.

“He decided to pick up my daughter from work. He shouldn’t pick her up at any time. He picked her up, got her in the car, and then drove crazy,” McCarston said.

She said he was also the father of her 1-year-old granddaughter.

“I have to show her the pictures. Then she will know what her mother looks like. It’s so sad,” McCarston said.

“This is something I’m not prepared or ready to deal with. Because everyone doesn’t want her to be with him,” said Doyle’s sister Shanika Johnson.

It is expected that charges will be filed in this case.

No other details.


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