CADILLAC, MI – A 44-year-old Michigan man died in a automotive crash final week when he swerved to keep away from hitting a practice and as a substitute struck a utility pole, inflicting the car to roll, police mentioned.

Robin Lee Vandewater, 44, of Cadillac, was ejected from the car; he was pronounced useless on the scene, in line with a information launch from the Cadillac Police Division. A feminine passenger was transported to a Cadillac Munson Hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.

The crash occurred round 9:30 p.m. on Monday, March 29, on Wright Road west of Bond Road in Cadillac the place practice tracks cross the highway, police mentioned. Cadillac police and hearth, and Missaukee County EMS responded to the scene.

Witness accounts collected by officers point out that the car Vandewater was driving was touring eastbound on Wright at excessive speeds when the driving force presumably observed a practice was blocking the roadway and swerved to keep away from hitting it, police mentioned. As an alternative, the car struck a utility pole and overturned. Vandewater was ejected from the car; he was pronounced useless on the scene. A feminine passenger additionally sustained accidents.

A second car within the space and the practice weren’t hit within the crash, which stays below investigation, police mentioned.

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