Authorities say they arrested a 71-year-old man who reportedly drove about 13 miles into oncoming traffic on I-75 in Michigan before being stopped.
The accident happened around 6:00 a.m. shortly after a driver — who was not involved in the crash — dialed 911 to report that he had almost been hit by a driver going the wrong way on the westbound side of the freeway.
There’s been another deadly wrong way crash on I-75 — the second in two weeks.
A New York man has been sentenced to 18 to 35 years in prison for striking and killing a Detroit police officer last summer in Greektown.
A police officer says the accident was caused by the driver of a car who was going the wrong way on the northbound side of M-10, between Lahser and Telegraph.
Michigan State Police are requesting manslaughter charges in a fatal accident on I-75 that involved a wrong way driver who had a half-full keg of beer in his truck.
The Detroit Police Department is sponsoring a special benefit for a 16-year veteran of the force who was struck down and killed by a drunk driver.
Businesses in Detroit are raising funds for the family of an officer who died from injuries he received after being hit by a wrong way driver last week in Greektown.
The weekend death of Officer Charles Armour stunned friends and colleagues, who thought he was recovering from injuries not thought to be life-threatening.
The veteran policeman was walking his beat and crossing the street at Monroe and St. Antoine when he was hit by a driver heading in the wrong direction.