LYON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
3 people dead after plane crashes into Lyon Township home, sheriff says
LYON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Three people have died after a small plane crashed into a home in Lyon Township on Saturday, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard said the three people are believed to be the pilot and occupants of the plane. UPDATE: Businessman, wife, son killed in Lyon Township plane crashA family of five inside the home were able to make it out safely. Plane Crash**We have confirmed there are three fatalities at the scene believed to be the occupants and pilot of the plane. — Mike Bouchard (@MikeJBouchard) January 2, 2021The Lyon Township Fire Department and other emergency crews responded to the crash on Saturday on Dakota Drive near Grand River and Pontiac Trail.
Broken electrical pole closes Pontiac Trail west of New Hudson Airport in Lyon Township
LYON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Pontiac Trail west of New Hudson Airport is closed due to a broken electrical pole, the Lyon Township Fire Department announced Monday afternoon. As of now it is unknown when the area will open back up to traffic. Stay with ClickOnDetroit for traffic updates.
Crews battle fire at restaurant in Lyon Township
SOUTH LYON, Mich. – Crews were battling a fire at a restaurant in Lyon Township on Tuesday morning. The Lyon Township Fire Department says they’re assisting, along with the South Lyon Fire Department, on a structure fire at Lyon Cantina, a Mexican restaurant on Pontiac Trail and 9 Mile Road. “First arriving units reported flames through the roof. Units were making an interior attack, however conditions worsened and crews were pulled from the building.”Oakland County Sheriff’s office tell Local 4 that flames were spotted on the roof. Video from the scene shows smoke billowing from the roof.
Car drives into Oakland County pond after owner uses remote starter to warm car up
LYON TOWNSHIP, Mich. A car was submerged in a pond in Lyon Township after the car malfunctioned Saturday morning. According to the Lyon Township Fire Department, the car owner used a remote starter and the car drove into a 16-foot-deep pond. There was no one in the car at the time and no one was injured. Authorities said the car had a manual transmission and was in neutral when the car was started.