Car left swinging from glow shun after pile-up in Ypsilanti

November 9, 2014 - photo frame

A automobile was left stranded on tip of a glow shun during an Ypsilanti unit building after a automobile left a alley and a motorist fled a scene.

The Ypsilanti Fire Department was called to 169 S. Grove St. during approximately 10:45 p.m. Saturday night and found a stage that looked like something from a movie.

An initial review dynamic a automobile was roving west on Davis Street and crossed South Prospect Street before withdrawal a highway and alighting on a glow shun during a unit building during 169 S. Grove St., firefighters said.

The front finish of a automobile was tangled in between portions of a wooden glow shun and was unresolved above a ground. A draw lorry was used to chase a automobile from a escape.

An investigation of a building showed no repairs to a structure itself, though a window support was pushed behind some-more than a feet and a window was broken, firefighters said.

No injuries were reported in a accident; however a motorist of a automobile had fled by a time military and glow crews arrived.

Further information about a pile-up was not immediately available.

Matt Durr covers Ypsilanti for The Ann Arbor News. Email him during or follow him on Twitter.

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