Husband of motorcyclist killed in I-94 crash wants justice
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Family and friends of Sarah McGraw are grieving her loss after a tragic accident on Friday.
It happened on I-94 at Drexel Avenue, and snarled traffic for hours.
On Friday, the couple and family friends were heading up to Door County when they noticed a red SUV.
"Driving a combination of aggressively and erratically," said Pat McGraw. "He was swerving and weaving all over the place."
They were only on the highway for 25 minutes when the driver hit Sarah.
A Chicago police officer and nurse stopped to help, administering CPR. But Sarah died from her injuries.
Pat says the SUV veered across lanes hitting the median and drove in between their two family friends.
"I should be dead, and the two up front should be dead, because that truck blew at 60 miles per hour," Pat said.
Deputies identified the suspect as Tiondras Dyson. The Sheriff's Office has recommended charges including Operating After Revocation and Knowingly Causing Death, but he has not been formally charged.
"I will do my best to make sure Dyson gets where he truly needs to be, out of the public," said Pat.
Sarah's friends and family say she made everyone smile. She was a licensed practical nurse, mother, and grandmother.
"She cared about everybody," said the victim's husband, Pat McGraw.
Sarah is an organ donor, and her family hopes it benefits as many people as possible.
The family has organized a remembrance for Sarah McGraw on Saturday, August 31 at the Kenosha Moose Club at noon.