Howell Michigan Motorcycle Accident – They were able to establish that a Chevrolet Traverse was traveling in an easterly direction on Grand River at the time of the collision, and that the vehicle failed to yield while turning into the Tomato Brothers restaurant. The damage was caused by a collision with a Harley-Davidson motorcycle from the year 1993 that was traveling westbound on Grand River when it occurred.
The driver of the motorbike was a man who was from Adrian and was 33 years old. He was pronounced dead at Sparrow Hospital after being brought there by Livingston County EMS. The biker was pronounced deceased at Sparrow Hospital. A woman who was riding as a passenger on the motorcycle and was 69 years old was sent to the same hospital after sustaining injuries that were regarded to be life-threatening.
The collision did not result in any injuries for the Howell native female driver of the Chevrolet Traverse, who was 46 years old at the time of the incident. She was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash, despite the fact that doing so is required by law. Helmets were always worn by both the rider and the passenger of the motorcycle for their own safety.
The Lehigh County Sheriff’s Office has stated that it does not appear that alcohol played a role in the incident. At the scene, personnel of the Howell Area Fire Department, the Michigan State Police, and the Livingston County Emergency Medical Services assisted officers from the Howell Police Department and the Michigan State Police. At this time, the Traffic Safety Bureau of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation into the incident that occurred earlier. At this time, the Traffic Safety Bureau of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation into the incident that occurred earlier.