Four people died after an SUV crashed on the I-94 in MI, but police say a toddler walked away with only minor injuries. Four people inside who were not wearing seatbelts and died instantly, Lt. Michael Shaw said. He was buckled into a auto seat and suffered only minor injuries.
Authorities have identified four people killed when the SUV they were in struck a bridge on a Detroit-area freeway. Two men were ejected and found dead on the interstate and two women were found dead inside the SUV.
Shaw said the driver, 20-year-old Doreal Rogers, and front seat passenger Alesia Maddox, 20, were found dead inside the auto.
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Speed, wet weather, and alcohol may have contributed to the crash, although the investigation is still ongoing. Rodgers, Alesia Maddox and Armonie Maddox were Detroit residents.
Alesia's son, who just turned one-year-old on Saturday, is the only survivor and was the only person with a seat belt on, although Shaw said he was improperly buckled into a vehicle seat. "This curve has a lot of issues traffic wise - so of course I came out to see what was going on", she said.
The eastbound lanes of I-94 were closed at Allard for several hours for the on-scene investigation, including at the start of the morning rush hour.
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The SUV skidded across and hit the Eight Mile bridge at the border of Harper Woods and St. Clair Shores.
"The baby was in a auto seat".
Police suspect speed was a factor in the crash but are still working to determine the exact cause.
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