On 02-15-2018, at approximately 6:29 pm, Lapeer City units responded to Nepessing St. east of Saginaw St. for a reported traffic crash with injuries. The investigation found that a 65-year-old male from Metamora, Michigan, driving a 2010 Honda Fit, was traveling West on Nepessing St. The vehicle left the westbound lane and entered on to the sidewalk located on the North side of the roadway. The vehicle struck a pedestrian that was walking Eastbound on the sidewalk. The vehicle continued traveling west along the roadway and impacted a tree located on the north side of Nepessing St. The driver of the vehicle was transported to the McLaren-Lapeer Region Hospital by ambulance with non-life threatening injuries.
The female struck by the vehicle was found deceased at the scene. She was identified as Heather Anna Chambers, a 39-year-old female from Lapeer.
It is unknown at this time what caused the vehicle to leave the roadway. There are indications that the vehicle was traveling at an excessive speed after leaving the roadway. At this point in the ongoing investigation, it is not believed that alcohol was a contributing factor. The incident remains under investigation.
Date and Time of Release: 02-16-2018 @ 7:30am
Officers Name: D/Sgt Craig Gormley
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On Monday 10-02-2017 at 5:12 PM, Lapeer County 911 dispatched Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies to the intersection of N. Lapeer (M-24) and Davis Lake Road in Lapeer (Mayfield Township) for an injury traffic crash involving a motorcycle.
Paul Scott age 70 from Lapeer was the rider of a 2016 Harley Davidson Motorcycle. Paul Scott was traveling west on Davis Lake Road and entered the intersection (traveling straight thru) with a green traffic light for his direction of a travel.
An 82 year old male from Fostoria was traveling north on Lapeer Road operating a 2017 Dodge Ram 1500 series pickup truck. Witnesses reported that the pickup truck entered the intersection with their direction of travel having a red traffic light.
The collision occurred within the intersection and is considered broadside. The motorcycle traveled north from the intersection and came to rest within the roadway. The pickup truck traveled northwest across the yard and parking lot of the Security Credit Union before coming to rest on the sidewalk near the building.
Paul Scott was transported to McLaren in Lapeer by Lapeer County EMS Ambulance Service. Paul Scott was pronounced deceased shortly after arriving at McLaren. Paul Scott was not wearing a helmet.
The 82 year old male from Fostoria and his 82 year old wife (front passenger seat) were transported to McLaren in Lapeer by Medstar EMS with non-life threatening injuries.
Preliminary investigation suggest that neither excessive speed nor alcohol are contributing factors. Once the investigation is complete, it will be presented to the Lapeer County Prosecutor’s Office.
The roadway was closed between Davis Lake and Mayfield Road for two hours while deputies investigated. This crash remains under investigation by the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office. Anyone with information is requested to contact Detective Sgt. Jason Parks at 810-656-1015 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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