WHITE LAKE TWP. (WWJ) – A White Lake Township man was killed after apparently losing control of his Honda motorcycle in Hartland Township.

It happened at around 10 p.m. Wednesday along southbound U-S-23 on Crouse Road, north of Hartland High School.

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Police said Christopher Muncy, 53, was ejected when he lost control and landed in the left lane of the freeway, where he was hit by a car. Several other vehicles continued to strike Muncy as he lay in the road, officers said — but no one stopped and waited for police.

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Based on parts found at the scene, police said the vehicle that initially struck Muncy was a grayish or light blue Mercury that was possibly an older model Grand Marquis. The vehicle has significant front end damage and is missing the silver Mercury grill, officers said.

A woman was seen exiting a car that had initially stopped at the scene, but was gone by the time EMS arrived.

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Anyone with information about the vehicle  described above is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP or Deputy Brad Neff with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department Traffic Safety Bureau at 517-540-7984.