ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- Nov. 26, 2019
Here are this morning’s top stories
While other drivers decided to film the incident on their phones, Angela Potter tried to save him. She administered CPR until first responders arrived.
“Everyone stopped and recorded it, no one stopped to help. There is no reason to grab your phone. I don’t understand why people grab their phones. Put your phones down, help,” said Potter. “About 10-15 minutes and the ambulance came and said he was gone. He was already gone.”
It’s going to be a nasty day Wednesday around the state of Michigan, with parts of the state getting a big snow storm, while other parts will see rain, ice and high winds. Here’s what to expect around the state.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for most the Upper Peninsula, with a Blizzard Warning in effect for Keweenaw County, starting at 1 a.m. on Wednesday.
- Farmington teacher accused of using racial slur toward student
- Grandmother, grandson found shot at home on Mettetal Street in Detroit
- Man critically injured after bouncers throw him out of Warren club for sleeping
- Residents dealing with loud noises from trains idling for days in Bloomfield Hills
- Ex-White House lawyer McGahn ordered to comply with subpoena
- April trial date set for guards charged in Epstein death
- Wintry weather threatens to snarl US holiday travel
- Justices reject call for new trial in ‘Serial’ podcast case
- Here’s how Michigan could still make the College Football Playoff
- Pistons shut down Magic after halftime in 103-88 win
- Tickets on sale for 2020 Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle
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