Howell Michigan Motorcycle Accident – An accident involving two cars and a motorbike that occurred Monday night in Howell Township left one person dead and another with life-threatening injuries. The motorcycle was one of the vehicles involved in the collision. They were able to determine that a Chevrolet Traverse was heading east on Grand River at the time of the incident, and that it failed to yield while turning into the Tomato Brothers restaurant. A Harley-Davidson model year 1993 that was heading westbound on Grand River collided with the car and caused damage.
At the site, law enforcement officers were aided by members of the Howell Area Fire Department, the Michigan State Police, and the Livingston County Emergency Medical Services.
The motorcyclist, a man from Adrian who was 33 years old and was pronounced dead at Sparrow Hospital after being transferred there by Livingston County EMS, was driving the motorcycle. A woman of 69 years old who was riding as a passenger on the motorcycle was sent to the same hospital with injuries that were considered to be life-threatening.
The female driver of the Chevrolet Traverse, who was 46 years old and from Howell, did not sustain any injuries in the collision. During the time of the collision, she was not wearing a seatbelt as required by law. At around 10 p.m. on May 22, deputies from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office were called to the scene of a collision that occurred near the intersection of West Grand River Avenue and West Highland Road. The mishap involved a motorcycle, and both the rider and a passenger were injured.