MI Owner Tri-City Sports Complex Stan Dulaney ID’d As Victim In Tuesday Fatal Midland Crash

MIDLAND, MI. (THECOUNT) — Stanley Ross Dulaney Jr, of Midland, Michigan, has been identified as the victim in a Tuesday crash involving a collision between a reckless driver of a pickup truck and Dulaney’s SUV.

‘Stan’ Dulaney, 44, and his passengers, 44-year-old Marissa Rose Dill, of Midland, 21-year-old Brandon Michael Dulaney, of Midland, and 6-year old male, were traveling in an SUV near the intersection of M-20 and Currie Parkway in the City of Midland, when a white pick-up, driven by 73-year-old Gary Arthur Gatza of Saginaw, crossed the centerline, according to police.

Gatza’s truck struck the family head-on.

Gatza was transported to an area the hospital, his condition was not provided by officials.

Dulaney was pronounced dead at the scene of blunt force trauma injuries consistent with the violent crash.

The family members were transported to area hospitals with unknown injuries.

Just before the crash, police were responding to a reckless driver eastbound on Isabella Road, driving a white pickup truck, which moments later was involved in a head on collision with the black Chevy Tahoe. Continue reading

Midland TX Pedestrian Dies Identified After Struck Wednesday By 17-Year-Old Driver

MIDLAND, TX. (THECOUNT) — Cory Lights has been identified as the victim who passed away Thursday after being struck by a vehicle driven by a 17-year-old driver Wednesday in Midland, TX.

“Corey” Lights, 41, reportedly passed away in an area hospital of blunt force trauma injuries sustained in the crash that occurred at 12:45 a.m. Thursday near, N. Big Spring St and Nobles Ave, Midland, TX

Officers responded to the crash just after 9 p.m. in the area of North Big Spring and Nobles in reference to a crash that involved a pedestrian. A 1999 GMC pickup being driven by a 17-year-old was driving when Cory Lights, 41, crossed Big Spring going westbound. Lights was not in a designated crosswalk and the driver was unable to stop. Continue reading