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Three sent to hospital after Tuesday night crash on Memorial Drive

Three sent to hospital after Tuesday night crash on Memorial Drive


RACINE — A vehicle crash Tuesday night sent three people to the hospital.

A vehicle struck two parked cars in the 3400 block of South Memorial Drive just before 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to Racine Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Chad Melby.

None of the injuries appeared to be life threatening, Melby said. No additional information was available from police as of Wednesday.


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Dennis Wiser wore many hats in his 70 years. He was a City of Racine alderman from 2010-2018 and became the first person to serve three consecutive terms as Racine City Council president in at least 70 years. Then from July 2017 to November 2017 he served as interim after John Dickert stepped down, and before Cory Mason was elected and sworn in. He served on the Racine Unified School Board for 12 years, from 2008 to 2020. Wiser was a retired math teacher who had also previously served as the executive director of the Racine Education Association, the Racine teachers’ union.

On Wednesday, he died unexpectedly.

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