Michigan State Police had the stretch of eastbound I-94 closed while a crash investigation continued. He was examined at a hospital.
The victims are identified as Doreal Rodgers, 20, of Detroit, who police said was the driver; Alesia Maddox, 20, of Detroit, the front-seat passenger; and rear-seat passengers Armonie Maddox, 18, of Detroit and Ervin Johnson of Eastpointe. Rodgers, Alesia Maddox and Armonie Maddox were Detroit residents.
Police telling WWJ that alcohol may have been a factor but an investigation is ongoing.
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"It wasn't the right age, it wasn't the right fit, it wasn't the right anything and still saved this kid's life", Michigan State Police Lt. Mike Shaw said of the vehicle seat that was holding a 1-year-old.
Inside, they found a 1 year old, strapped in a auto seat in the back, alive. Police say the four who kicked the bucket weren't wearing safety belts.
Police said the young child was buckled into the auto seat, and only suffered minor injuries.
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Michigan State Police said a 2006 Buick SUV was traveling fast in the left lane when its driver "lost control while passing other traffic", crossing three lanes of oncoming traffic before striking a bridge about 1:05 a.m.
"Every couple weeks there are sirens going down there". "And I can tell you from experience people fly down this stretch going 80 miles per hour, don't think about it". "The other issue is that onramp right there, people don't merge well".
The two men were ejected from the vehicle and were found on the interstate.
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