Chelsea Crawford, 26, dies when struck by plow truck in hit-and-run on 52nd Street South West in Wyoming, Michigan
Crawford, of Wyoming, was walking along 52nd Street SW just east of Byron Center Avenue when she was struck about 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10 by a westbound truck.
Wyoming Police described the truck as a red full-size Dodge Ram pickup with a "V" plow on the front and a scraper plow on the back. The vehicle had a yellow light on the roof and had no discernible markings or writing on it.
Chelsea Crawford, 26, of Wyoming was walking along 52nd Street SW, just east of Byron Center Avenue, when she was hit shortly before 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 10 by a westbound truck. The driver of the truck remains at large.
Timmer Lawn and Snow’s owner has been cooperative in the criminal investigation, police said. No company officials came forward before officer’s located the suspect vehicle and linked it to the company.
According to our media partners at Mlive.com, the judge’s decision followed a “not guilty” plea by the defense attorney of Austin Hill, who is charged with failure to stop at the scene of an accident when at fault, causing death.
The husband of Chelsea Crawford -- the woman struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash along 52nd Street SW -- is asking for the public's help to find a messenger bag she wore the day of the crash.
Hill had been in minor trouble at school as a child, but things got serious when the Department of Homeland Security showed up at his home in May 2009 when he was 13.