New details have been released in the Tuesday morning crash on eastbound I-94 in Pittsfield Township that killed a tow truck driver.
Michigan State Police are still investigating the deadly crash that claimed the life of 42-year-old Nader Chehadi of Ypsilanti.
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According to witnesses, an SUV made an abrupt lane change to the right, crossing all lanes of travel before driving onto the shoulder of the road. The SUV, which was driven by Andre Edwards, 25, of Ann Arbor, then attempted to enter the freeway again, but struck the back of an Ypsilanti school bus.
The driver of the SUV did not have a valid driver's license.
Inside the vehicle were three children. Two-year-old Darrel Moore, 4-year-old Desmond Moore and 5-year-old Deprince Moore – all presently at the University of Michigan Mott Children's Hospital and listed in stable, serious and critical condition, respectively.
Another passenger in the vehicle, 28-year-old Antoinette Butler, is currently listed in critical condition.
Police say the three children were not properly restrained in the vehicle.
Toxicology reports are still pending, and will determine if alcohol or drugs were a factor.
The MSP Brighton Post continues to investigate the crash and asks any witnesses to call 810-227-1051 with information.