UW-Stout student charged

A University of Wisconsin - Stout student has been charged with three felonies in relation to a March accident he was involved with.

Isaac W. Storandt, 24, was charged Friday with two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle in the death of Michael J. Dixon, 24, also a University of Wisconsin-Stout student, which took place last spring, the Pioneer Press reports. Storandt's third charge was felony homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle.

Storandt's blood alcohol level was .12. Wisconsin's legal limit is .08.

Storandt hit Dixon, who was from Minnesota, shortly after midnight on March 12, The Dunn County News reported.

Dixon died 11 days after being hit from pneumonia, the Pioneer Press reported.

The Dunn County examiner also said Dixon died from respiratory failure.

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