BOSTON TWP. — The Michigan Condition Police stated Thursday they believe alcoholic beverages to be a contributing component in a crash late Friday, July 10, which still left a trooper in important problem.

Police identified the wounded trooper as Tpr. Caleb Starr of the MSP Lakeview Publish. Starr has been with the MSP because September 2018.

Starr continues to be in vital ailment, although the other driver remains in crucial but steady ailment, police stated.

The crash transpired just ahead of 10 p.m. on Grand River Avenue, west of Nash Highway.

The preliminary investigation established Starr was westbound on Grand River Avenue in his Dodge Charger patrol auto when a 28-calendar year-old Utah female touring eastbound in a Jeep crashed head-on into him.

The identify of the female driving the other car is not being launched by police at this time, pending the ongoing investigation.

Starr was responding to a minimal-precedence simply call for support in the place.

The trooper was the only occupant of the patrol vehicle. He needed extrication from the vehicle ahead of a AeroMed helicopter transported him to Spectrum Butterworth Clinic.

On Sunday, July 12, MSP mentioned diagnostic investigation of the trooper’s patrol vehicle pursuing the crash showed the trooper was touring down below the 55 mph posted speed limit on Grand River Avenue prior to the crash, then braked, drastically lowering the patrol vehicle’s velocity prior to the two cars collided.