On Tuesday (08/02/16) at approximately am, multiple Chesterfield Township Police and Fire units, assisted by MSP, MCSD, and Medstar units, responded to the scene of a rollover injury accident on west bound I-94, just east of the 21 Mile Road overpass.
He stated he was unable to stop or avoid him at that time.
Witnesses at the scene gave similar accounts of the accident.
The investigation is ongoing and anyone that may have witnessed the accident, or has additional information, is urged to call Detective Frank Unger at 586-949-3721. The Citizen’s Academy is designed to provide the community of Chesterfield Township with a hands on learning environment in the law enforcement profession.
The Chesterfield Township Police Department is pleased to announce that it will be conducting a Citizen's Police Academy this Sept. It is the goal of the Citizen’s Academy to familiarize each participant with the knowledge, skills, and tactics needed to be a successful Law Enforcement Officer.
The semi slid across all (3) west bound lanes of I-94 and struck a 46 year old man from Casco Mi.
that was driving his 2014 Ford passenger van west bound in the “fast lane”.
The Citizen’s Academy is free of charge and open to all Chesterfield Township residents and business owners, over the age of 18.
Participants can not have any felony convictions or have any misdemeanor convictions within the last four (4) years.
The pedestrian, Ronald Macfadyen, was conveyed to Mc Laren Macomb hospital with serious injuries and was pronounced deceased a short time after his arrival at the hospital.
The driver that struck him was identified as a 41 year old Chesterfield woman, who was the original 911 caller, and had remained at the scene in her 2012 Chrysler mini-van.
The driver that struck him told Officers that he was simply traveling home from work, north bound on Gratiot, when Mr.