Drowning victims identified after vehicle removed from bottom of Terry Lake in Pontiac
PONTIAC, Mich. – A Pontiac man and woman were pronounced dead at an area hospital after being found in a vehicle submerged in Terry Lake. A witness called police on Tuesday night to report that a vehicle was submerged in the lake. Dive team members found the vehicle in approximately 25 feet of water at the bottom of Terry Lake. The victims have been identified as Robert Grandberry, 69, and Cathy Grandberry, 67. Police said there is indication that Robert Grandberry had a medical issue before the vehicle went into the lake.
2 dead after driving into Michigan lake
PONTIAC, MI – A couple in their 60s died Tuesday night after their vehicle submerged in Terry Lake in Pontiac. Family members at the scene told WDIV Local 4 that the driver may have had a medical condition that may have caused the incident. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash and found that the vehicle was already completely under water, the TV station reports. The dive team was called in and located the vehicle after about four hours. READ MORE:Woman’s body found weeks after death in home where daughter was livingMan charged in hotel overdose deaths of Michigan girl, 2 brothersHappy Veterans Day: Veterans, Gold Star families get free lifetime access to national parksmlive.com
2 dead after vehicle submerges in Terry Lake in Pontiac
PONTIAC, Mich. – Police are investigating a vehicle submerged Tuesday night in Terry Lake in Pontiac. Family members at the scene said the driver may have had a medical condition that caused the vehicle to crash into the lake. “Upon arrival, the vehicle was already fully submerged. The Sheriff’s Office dive team was immediately called out and they’re in the process of locating the vehicle," said Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Stephen Dooley. View more: Oakland County news