State police say a 28-year-old suburban Detroit man died after drinking alcohol and speeding down an Upper Peninsula logging road on an all-terrain vehicle without wearing a helmet or seat belt.
“We recognize the importance of connecting communities with ORV routes,” Michigan DNR recreation specialist Ron Yesney said.
“They heard crunching in the woods at night. They thought it was rescuers but no one came. Then they thought it was bears.”
Despite several organized searches and dozens of tips submitted by the public, authorities still have no idea what happened to two sisters from out-of-state who disappeared on a trip to visit family and go sightseeing in Michigan.
Most of these fires are caused by people having campfires or those burning debris who leave the fires unattended.
Authorities say a 70-year-old woman has died after accidentally falling about 40 feet from a cliff in the Upper Peninsula.
The fire was out when firefighters arrived at the vehicle on a gravel road in Doyle Township.
State police still are searching for two sisters from Nebraska and Oklahoma who have been missing for a week during a trip to visit family and sightsee in Michigan.
Two sisters from out-of-state have gone missing on a trip to visit family and sightsee in Michigan.
The homeowner fatally shot a 19-year-old man who was among three men breaking into his home in November.