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A 21-year-old woman was found dead Sunday in Milwaukee after leaving a nearby party.
Elizabeth Luebke was found frozen to death around 9 a.m.
Luebke’s friend told WITI-TV she went to a party at his house after a concert. “When she got here, she was really, really drunk and she got mad at her other friend and she stormed out," the man said.
A medical examiner’s report said Luebke “was reportedly in the area for a concert, and following the concert, a house party near the location from where she was found.” The report showed that Luebke had a history of binge drinking, although friends said she was sober as of late.
Luebke’s mother filed a missing persons report when someone called her when she didn’t come back to her friend’s house.
Luebke was found a block from the home of the house party.
“She's a really sweet person. I hung out with her at another show,” her friend said. “She's a really nice person, a really sweet person. It's really sad.”
Her temperature was “recorded as -5.8 degrees F with the wind chill recorded as -27.5 degrees F,” at the time a 911 call was placed.
The report said that Luebke was not properly dressed for the weather. A sweater was found near her body, but she was wearing shorts, stockings, and a tank top.