Police ID 2 killed, 4 hurt in wrong-way crash on US-23 - WNEM TV 5

Police ID 2 killed, 4 hurt in wrong-way crash on US-23

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Authorities have identified two people killed and four others injured in a wrong-way crash. 

It happened about 2:48 p.m. on Sunday, April 8 on southbound US-23 near Six Mile Road in Washtenaw County.

Witnesses told police a Chevy Bolt was driving the wrong way on US-23 when it struck a Ford Fusion head on. The driver of the Bolt, 74-year-old Edwin Brown of Chelsea, Michigan, was last listed in serious but stable condition.

The driver of the Ford Fusion, 53-year-old Daniel Eidt of Ohio, was last listed in stabled condition. Eidt’s girlfriend, front seat passenger Debbie Pinson, 51, of Ohio, was killed. His sister, rear passenger Cathy Kretzschmer, 56, of Ohio, was also killed.

A Chevy Silverado and a Chevy Equinox were also involved in the crash. The driver of the Silverado, 54-year-old Traian Dragomir, 54, of Ann Arbor was last listed in stable condition. His passenger, 56-year-old Mioara Dragomir, was also listed in stable condition.

The driver of the Equinox, 47-year-old David William Splan, Jr. of Brighton, had only minor injuries and refused medical treatment, police said.

The crash is still under investigation.

Anyone with information on this crash is asked to contact the MSP Brighton Post at (810) 227-1051.

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