A 33-year-old nurse practitioner died last week soon after being found bleeding and frozen to the ground beneath a car in the parking garage of a Wisconsin hospital.
Police have arrested the 27-year-old man they say is responsible for her death, but the suspect’s name has not been released.
Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell Lucas said at a recent press conference that medical examiners have deemed Carlie Beaudin’s death a homicide.
According to Lucas, police who arrived at Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa at 3:45 a.m. Friday morning found a vehicle that had crashed into the wall of the parking garage.
Underneath the vehicle was Beaudin, who was bleeding from the head with her body frozen to the ground and had a weak pulse.
Less than one hour later, Beaudin was declared dead at the hospital after being freed from beneath the car.
Police have not said if there is any connection between Beaudin and the man alleged to have caused her death.
Beaudin’s husband, Nick Beaudin, spoke to FOX6, calling his wife an award-winning nurse who was “incredibly nurturing.”
He added: “Our family is suffering, and it’s a tragedy. She loved to sing opera. She spent a month in Italy, singing opera. She just loved to sing.”
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The news station reports Carlie was an employee at the Medical College of Wisconsin since 2014 and at Froedtert Hospital from 2007 to 2014.
“Her presence was felt by all who knew her, providing both warmth and strength to patients as well as mentorship to new advanced practice providers and nurses,” Froedtert Hospital officials said in a statement to FOX6. “We ask for the community to respect the privacy of her family and co-workers as they grieve this tragedy.”
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