Classic Car Crash

Crash involving 1929 car leaves 3 dead near Ann Arbor

A Michigan man, his wife and eight-year-old son are dead after their classic car collided with another vehicle. The 1929 Duesenberg convertible had no seatbelts and all five family members in the car were thrown out in the crash. The two other children were hurt. Police say it looks like the other driver ran a stop sign at an intersection near Ann Arbor. The Detroit Free Press says the driver of the Duesenberg had recently helped complete a three-year restoration of the classic car. It was worth an estimated one and a-half million dollars.

The 25-year-old driver of a 2001 Volvo was arrested and later released. He may face charges.