Police ID 2 victims in fatal Dickinson County crash
NORWAY — Two people died in a three-vehicle fatal traffic crash on U.S. 2 in Norway Township Monday evening, according to a press release from the Michigan State Police.
A Chevrolet Impala, driven by Troy Anthony Turini, 33, with his 3-year-old daughter as a passenger, was stopped in the eastbound lane of U.S. 2 attempting to make a left turn when a Ford, driven by Carl Patrick McBroom, 34, of Vulcan rear-ended the Impala. After the Ford collided with the Impala, it went into the westbound lane’s oncoming traffic, where it hit a Chevrolet Acadia in a head-on collision. The Acadia, driven by Donald Joseph LeBombard, 66, of Vulcan overturned and a small fire started as a result of the collision.
McBroom and LeBombard were both pronounced dead at the scene.
Sheryl Ann LeBombard, 61, who was a passenger in the Acadia, was injured and transported to St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin, but is in stable condition.
Turini and his daughter did not report any injuries at the scene, the release states.
Michigan State Police were assisted by the Michigan State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit, Dickinson County Sheriff’s Office, Norway Police Department, Integrity Care Ambulance, North Alert Ambulance and Norway Township Fire.
According to officials, the crash remains under investigation.