GERMANTOWN - Police have released the identity of the 23-year-old Milwaukee woman who was struck and killed by three different cars around 6 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6, as Susie Pane Boyd.
Boyd was employed by Andy Frain Services and assigned to a security detail at Fed Ex, N96 W14849 County Line Road, where she had just finished her shift and left for the day.
According to Germantown Police Chief Peter Hoell, she was walking in the middle of the road in the westbound lane on County Line Road when she was struck by the first car. She was wearing an all-black uniform, and there were no street lights.
Boyd was walking to a bus route that she had used in the past to get home.
Before leaving work, she posted on her Facebook page at 5:21 a.m. and 5:48 a.m. looking for a ride home: "I really actually need somebody to help me," Boyd wrote.
When Germantown Police arrived to the scene, Boyd was found lying in the eastbound lanes of County Line Road. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the first vehicle that hit her was a 24-year-old Germantown man. After landing eastbound, she was struck by two additional vehicles.
The second vehicle that struck her was operated by a 53-year-old Slinger man. The third vehicle left the scene after striking her; no description was obtained of that vehicle, but police are asking the driver to come forward.
"Our deepest sympathies to Ms. Pane Boyd's family and friends," Chief Hoell said.