5 dead following fiery, 2-vehicle crash in Michigan

5 dead following fiery, 2-vehicle crash in Michigan

5 dead following fiery, 2-vehicle crash in Michigan

Michigan State Police said the crash occurred around 10:40 p.m.at the intersection of M-59 and Argentine Road. She was a passenger in a vehicle driven by her boyfriend, Albert Boswell, 39, of Oakland County who was listed in critical condition Wednesday.

Police say five people are dead in MI after a 22-year-old driver blew through a stop sign and smashed into another vehicle. Dunn, who was in the front seat with Boswell was killed.

Investigators say a auto failed to stop at a sign and struck a vehicle traveling east on MI highway 59.

Also riding in that auto was 69-year-old Linda Hurley of Macomb County and 73-year-old Jerome Tortomasi of Macomb County. They were taken to local hospital where they were last listed in critical condition. That driver has been identified as Matthew Carrier, 22 of Fenton. One of the cars caught fire in a wooded area, just off the roadway.

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The investigation is in the early stages and the factors leading up to the crash remain unknown. "People should be paying attention to their speed, to the traffic signals", Michigan State Police Lt. Mario Gonzales said.

Tommy Lutze of Oceola Township happened upon the crash before the police arrived.

Media editor Tim Jagielo contributed to this report.

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