Vehicle was traveling east when driver lost control, ran off roadway and overturned. Driver of the vehicle was ejected from the vehicle and the vehicle came to rest on top of the driver.
Both passengers were transported to MidMichigan Medical Center in Clare and later to MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland. At time of this release, the extent of their injuries are unknown.
Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the accident.
Driver of Vehicle: (Deceased) Daniel James Bronis, 17 years old from Lake, Michigan
Passengers in Vehicle:
Scott Owen Martin, 15 years old from Evart, Michigan
Breanna Nicole Herman, 17 years old from Evart, Michigan
Date and Time: Saturday, June 27, 2015 at approximately 3:20 pm
Location: W. North County Line Rd., west of Sherman Rd., Coldwater Township, Isabella County
Vehicle Involved: 1993 Geo Tracker
Assisted By: Clare County Sheriff’s Department, Garfield Township, Fire Department, Mobile Medical Response, MSP Mt Pleasant Post, Isabella County Central Dispatch.
The accident remains under investigation by the Isabella County Sheriff’s Department.
Isabella County Sheriff’s Department “WANTS YOU”
Sheriff Leo Mioduszewski and the Isabella County Sheriff’s Department are looking for motivated volunteers to serve their community as a member of the “Victim Services Unit”.
The unit fills a vital role in the Isabella County criminal justice system, that of a “Victim Advocate”. Advocates will be responding to calls at the request of local law enforcement agencies to assist victims of crimes and natural disasters. Typical cases include; suicides, natural deaths, fatal traffic crashes, drowning and missing children, just to name a few.
The Isabella County Community Development Department is excited to announce the release of the Isabella County Mobile Application. GIS and Land Records are once again available on your mobile device. The application provides an interactive map and land information on your phone or tablet improving access to information anytime you need it from anywhere. Users will benefit from having access to GIS and land records in the office and in the field.
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