Car crashes into entrance of West Allis High School – WISN Milwaukee

West Allis police say driver was taken to hospital
West Allis police say driver was taken to hospital
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West Allis police say driver was taken to hospital
A vehicle crashed into an entrance Wednesday night at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis.
West Allis police told WISN 12 News the crash happened at about 7:15 p.m.
Principal Matt Lesar said in an email to families that “A vehicle went through the stoplight at the intersection of 116th Street and Lincoln, crashing into a Hale entrance (door N22-right front).”
The driver, the only person in the car, was taken to an area hospital, police said.
Police said it appears the driver was in medical distress. It was unknown Thursday what condition they were in.
Three custodians cleaning up the area said they were the only ones inside at the time of the crash.
“Whoever did it was not totally paying attention. The way the car’s facing, I don’t know what they were trying to do. Try to go into school for a joyride or something then they tried to get out. That’s just weird,” onlooker Neil Antoniewicz said.
Lesar said that classes will proceed as normal Thursday.
“Students can enter the building as usual at the cafeteria and Commons entrances; however, will not be able to utilize the N22 exit at dismissal. Staff may not use this entrance until further notice, and should use the Commons entrance to access the building,” Lesar said.

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