Harrison Township, MI — Police are now investigating whether a fatal wrong-way car accident last week in Harrison Township involved alcohol or not. They said that Arron Skiba, 41, and Lawrence McCullough, 72, were both killed last Tuesday (October 14, 2014) after their cars collided head-on along I-94.
This happened that Tuesday evening, they said. Skiba was driving west along I-94 when he came upon a wrong-way driver (Lawrence McCullough) near Shook Road. Unable to avoid a collision, Skiba’s car collided head-on with McCullough’s vehicle.
The accident killed McCullough immediately, and Skiba later died at a hospital from his injuries. Allegedly, police said that they could smell alcohol inside McCullough’s vehicle and suspect that intoxication may have been a factor.
So far, though, all of this is still under investigation and the police haven’t confirmed anything yet.
Scene of the Accident
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