Stacey Bruce killed in accident after car strikes tree
Newberry, Michigan — July 16, 2010 — A two-car accident in Luce County has claimed the life of 35-year-old Stacey Lyn Bruce.
Michigan State Police were dispatched to M-28 near Luce County Road 397, near the Luce County Airport, to investigate reports of a two-car accident that appeared to be a cross-over accident.
At the scene, investigators determined that a vehicle traveling east on M-28 had crossed the center line and sideswiped the vehicle traveling west on M-28. The initial collision caused the eastbound vehicle to careen off the road and into a tree. This was the vehicle in which Ms. Bruce had been traveling. The driver of the vehicle, an unidentified male, was reported to have suffered serious injuries and was transported to a local area hospital.
The vehicle that was westbound also left the roadway; however, it did not stike anything, yet it did overturn, injuring all four occupants. The 4 people in this car were transported to Helen Newberry Joy Hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening.
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