Man arrested after 6-year-old girl killed in Detroit crash
DETROIT – Police said a 43-year-old man driving a pickup at a high rate of speed disregarded a red light and collided with a Dodge Caravan that was carrying multiple passengers. A 17-year-old man was driving the Dodge Caravan southbound on the Southfield Freeway Service Drive with three passengers: A 46-year-old woman, 13-year-old boy and a 6-year-old girl. All of the passengers in the Dodge Caravan were transported by medics to a local hospital. READ: Father mourns death of 6-year-old killed in crashThe 43-year-old driver of the pickup was also transported to a local hospital. He was then arrested and transported to the Detroit Detention Center.
Detroit police investigating triple shooting that left 1 dead, 2 injured
DETROIT - One person was killed and two others were rushed to a hospital after gunfire erupted on the Southfield Freeway Service Drive, according to police. The victims crashed at a gas station Thursday night around 9 p.m. off the Southfield Freeway and near Seven Mile Road. A group of people in two different vehicles started to argue on Westmoreland Road just off Seven Mile Road. It's unclear if words were exchange inside a house, on the street or while the men were in vehicles. The investigation shows some men in an SUV chased the black Impala down Seven Mile Road and when it crossed the Southfield Freeway the Impala lost control and crashed into a pole.