MI vehicle collision kills 2, including suspect fleeing police

The Michigan suspect caused the wreck by allegedly running a stop sign just north of the Ohio state line

A motorist fleeing troopers in southwestern Michigan and someone in a second vehicle both died Thursday when the two vehicles collided, state police said.

The crash occurred around 4:15 p.m. in Whiteford Township in Monroe County, just north of the Ohio state line, police said.

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A two-car collision in southwestern Michigan during a police chase ended in 2 fatalities.

A two-car collision in southwestern Michigan during a police chase ended in 2 fatalities. (Fox News)

Troopers had stopped a suspect in a domestic violence incident before the suspect fled from the scene, police said.

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The suspect ran a stop sign at an intersection and crashed into the second vehicle, which killed the suspect and a person in the second vehicle, police said.

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It wasn't immediately clear whether the person killed in the second vehicle was the driver or a passenger.