A fifth person has died while removing some of the massive snow that fell in Wisconsin. Washington County deputies say a 69-year-old Jackson man collapsed Monday night while running a snowblower on his driveway, and he died later at a hospital. The other four storm deaths were men in their 60s and 70s who collapsed while removing snow in Milwaukee County — and they’ve been identified as Gartha Lowery, John Rosemeyer, and William Kopydlowski, all of Milwaukee, and Edward Madson of South Milwaukee. Wind Point in Racine County got 23 inches of snow late Sunday through Tuesday, much of it off Lake Michigan, while Manitowoc received six and a half inches.