Nathan Hale High School in West Allis was struck by a car on Wednesday night.
According to a statement from Principal Matt Lesar, the accident occurred around 7:15 p.m. on May 3 when a motorist sped past a stop sign at 116th Street and Lincoln Avenue and smashed into the right front door, designated N22, of the school, located at 11601 West Lincoln Avenue.
The crash did not include any high school kids.
“A number of first responders were at Hale shortly after the accident,” Lesar said. “We do not have any information about the driver of the vehicle.”
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The school’s facilities staff repaired the damage to the entrance in time for Thursday’s classes.
“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,” Lesar said, adding staff cannot use the entrance until further notice and instead should use the Commons entrance.
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