A Wisconsin nurse practitioner, namely Carlie Beaudin, 33, died on Friday, January 25, soon after she was found frozen, bleeding and unconscious underneath a vehicle in a hospital parking deck.
Deputies found the 33-year-old was discovered in the parking at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee County at around 3:45 a.m, underneath a vehicle that was crashed into the garage wall.
Beaudin was unconscious and bleeding from the head and authorities found that she had a weak pulse.
Tonight I'll be sharing my emotional conversation with the husband of Carlie Beaudin - the 33-year-old nurse practitioner killed in a parking garage at Froedtert. 10pm @tmj4 pic.twitter.com/tO01TI4xJ5— Katie Crowther (@KtCrowther) January 28, 2019
According to FOX6, she was freed from there and rushed to the hospital. She was pronounced dead at 4:21 a.m. at the hospital.
Milwaukee County Sheriff, Earnell Lucas, said a 27-year-old man was taken into custody in the case.
Details about the incident, including any possible connection between the victim and suspect, has not been revealed.
Authorities are reviewing surveillance video from the parking structure. They had classified the nurse practitioner's death as a homicide.
According to the victim's husband, Nick Beaudin, his wife was "incredibly nurturing" and won a DAISY award for her work in nursing, FOX6 reported.
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