Authorities say that 27 year-old Jonathan Loyd may have been reading a text when he sped through a stop sign. As a result, he collided with a truck at around 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday June 18 in Alpine Township, Michigan.
Loyd was driving north on Baumhoff Avenue when he breezed through a stop sign. Truck driver Daniel Snarski was traveling east on Six Mile Road when the two vehicles collided at the intersection. The impact from the crash caused the truck to overturn. Both vehicles were pushed off the road near the northeast corner of the intersection.
Snarski was able to climb out of his vehicle while witnesses called for help. 47 year-old Snarski sustained lacerations and minor bumps and bruises in the trucking accident. Alpine Fire and Rescue had to retrieve Loyd from his car as he was pinned inside.
Loyd was rushed to the Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital emergency room via Aeromed to receive treatment for severe personal injuries. Local police are investigating the truck accident further, but have stated that alcohol and drugs were not factors in the motor vehicle crash. Police officers also claimed that both drivers were wearing seat belts when they crashed.
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