Michigan Hit and Run Car Accident Off of M-14 in Ann Arbor

Michigan Hit and Run Car Accident Off of M-14 in Ann Arbor

by / Monday, 21 July 2014 / Published in Accident News
Smashed up white car from accident

Why Even O’Connor was walking along M-14 early in the morning on May 19th is still unknown, however police are still looking for the driver who hit and killed the 35 year-old that morning. O’Connor’s family doesn’t know why their son was even in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on the day of the accident. He works and lives in North Royalton, Ohio.

The family did comment that their son had a serious alcohol addiction, which could explain the strange reason that he was walking alongside the highway early in the morning.

Goodwin & Scieszka asks anyone with any information relating to the hit and run accident that took place in May to contact authorities immediately. Here is the contact information:

Call Michigan State Police Brighton Post at 810-227-1051 – reference incident No. 12-3653-14.

Our condolences go out to anyone affected by this terrible tragedy.

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