A 36-year-old man from Detroit was arrested for drunk-driving and fleeing the scene of the accident after hitting a woman while she was crossing 7 Mile Road near Runyon at around 5:50 p.m. on Sunday, November 8. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol causing death and and failure to stop at the scene of an accident resulting in death, according to reports.
The authorities said that George McCree did not stop to render assistance to the 48-year-old female victim after he struck her with his vehicle. McCree was arrested after further investigation. He is currently being held on a $25,000 bond with a probable cause hearing set for November 17 and a preliminary exam on November 24.
The attorneys at Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys find this type of behavior absolutely unacceptable. If an intoxicated driver has caused you injury or harm, call us today at (248) 948-9696 to find out how we can help you make things right.
85-year-old man James J. McNeil fell to his death while on a zipline ride at Bay Shore Camp in Huron County last Thursday, September 24, at around 1:30 p.m.
Based on statements by witnesses, McNeil had just started the ride when he fell 25 feet when the harness separated from the rope. McNeil’s wife witnessed her husband fall to his death.
After the accident, the deputies of the Huron County Sheriff Department began the investigation. When the emergency crew unsuccessfully revived McNeil, he was brought to Scheurer Hospital but was already pronounced dead. Initial findings showed that the zipline ride was in good condition and that the attendant is certified to handle the ride, so it is still unknown why the accident happened.
It is a law in the United States to make such property premises safe. Our lawyers at Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys send their thoughts and condolences to the family and friends left by this tragic accident.
On Friday, April 4 a crane collapse accident that happened at a U.S. Steel worksite in Ecorse killed one worker.
Authorities reported that a crane fell around 5:45 a.m. at the Great Lakes Steel facility killing 36-year-old crane operator, Chris Castro. A statement released by the company said that Castro was a contractor with Connelly Crane.
No other workers were injured in the incident. Investigations over the cause of the accident are still underway.
The lawyers at Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys, offer our sincerest condolences to those have been affected by this accident.
A roller coaster accident in a Six Flags amusement park in Arlington, Texas killed a woman after she fell from her seat on the evening of Friday, July 19.
A witness who saw the fall said Rosy Esparza was riding the Texas Giant with her son when she asked an employee is she was secured before the ride. Despite the employee saying she should be fine, Esparza fell from the ride after raising her arms when the roller coaster dropped down.
Experts were sent by Gerstlauer Amusement Rides to help figure out what happened to Esparza. Additionally, Six Flags spokespeople have stated that the park plans to exert all efforts to find out what the cause of the tragic accident was.
The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions said that rides are generally safe with very minimal chances of getting injured or killed.
The legal team at Ravid & Associates, P.C., sends their thoughts to the family and friends affected by this devastating loss.