Toddler the only survivor of crash on I-94

Toddler the only survivor of crash on I-94

Toddler the only survivor of crash on I-94

The SUV skidded across the roadway and hit the Eight Mile bridge at the border of Harper Woods and St. Clair Shores. He was able to walk with firefighters before being taken to an area hospital to be examined, WDIV reports.

John and his father stopped to help, but the driver, 20-year-old Dorii Rogers and her passenger, 20-year-old Alesia Maddox, were dead. They were all Detroit residents.

An investigation determined that alcohol and narcotics were not factors in the crash, though speed and wet weather conditions on the road are being considered.

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The eastbound lanes were closed for several hours on Monday morning following the crash. The SUV crossed three lanes of traffic and struck the bridge.

"It wasn't the right age, it wasn't the right fit, it wasn't the right anything and still saved this kid's life", Michigan State Police Lt. Mike Shaw said of the vehicle seat that was holding a 1-year-old.

Mike Shaw told WXYZ-TV that the child, who only suffered minor injuries, was improperly buckled into the vehicle seat.

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Police say that the 2006 Buick SUV was traveling in the left lane and passing other vehicles at a high speed when the driver lost control, crossed three lanes of traffic and slammed into a bridge at 1 a.m. on November 13.

Rodgers, front-seat passenger, Alesia Maddox, and rear seat passengers, Armonie Maddox and Ervin Johnson, were not wearing seatbelts and died instantly, police said.

"Every couple weeks there are sirens going down there. It happens all the time".

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