Glidden dies of injuries sustained in last week's car crash in Delafield
The 18-year-old would have been a senior at Arrowhead High School
Delafield Police Chief Scott Taubel confirmed Monday morning that Ian Glidden has died due to injuries sustained in the one-vehicle crash last Tuesday morning in Delafield.
Taubel said Glidden was prounced brain dead at 12:58 p.m. Friday.
He had been listed as being in critical condition at Froedtert Hospital since the crash.
Glidden, 18, would have been a senior at Arrowhead High School in the fall.
He was the back-seat passenger in the 2005 Chevy Cobalt that hit a utility pole on Nagawicka Road, just north Faire Lakes Parkway.
Taubel said it took 45 minutes for the Lake Country Fire and Rescue to remove Glidden from the car.
Delafield Police Capt. Erik Kehl also said the accident report indicated that Glidden was not wearing his seat belt.
The driver, Kody Koepke, 18, of Hartland and Timothy (TJ) Peters, 18, of Pewaukee, the front-seat passenger, died at the scene. The accident report shows that Koepke and Peters were wearing their seat belts.
Both Koepke and Peters were 2012 Arrowhead High School graduates.
Delafield Police said speed was a factor in the crash.
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