A 1-year-old child who was improperly buckled into a auto seat was the only survivor of a freeway crash in suburban Detroit early Monday morning that killed four young adults also traveling in the SUV, police said.
At least two of them were ejected from the SUV upon impact.
A toddler did survive the crash.
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The SUV skidded across the roadway and hit the Eight Mile bridge at the border of Harper Woods and St. Clair Shores.
Alesias son, who turned 1 on Saturday, is the only survivor and was the only person with a seatbelt on, although police say he was improperly belted into his seat. The toddler could be seen walking with firefighters away from the area.
Mike Shaw told WXYZ-TV that the child, who only suffered minor injuries, was improperly buckled into the vehicle seat.
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The deceased have been identified as driver Doreal Rogers, 20; front-seat passenger Alesia Maddox, 20; and Armonie Maddox and Ervin Johnson, both 18, who were in the back. Rodgers, Alesia Maddox and Armonie Maddox were Detroit residents. Police say four individuals inside running in age from 18 to 25 passed on in a flash. "The baby was in the auto seat", witness John Wade told WXYZ in Detroit.
Wade believed the vehicle seat was the only thing that saved the toddler's life.
The eastbound stretch of I-94 was closed for six hours as police investigated the crash.
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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.