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Wolverine Lake council issues statement about member's wrong way accident

Posted at 11:16 PM, Dec 13, 2017
and last updated 2017-12-13 23:16:51-05

The Wolverine Lake City Council has issued a statement about one of its own, confirming that Mike Stack, a council member was involved in an accident on Tuesday that resulted in the loss of life.

7 Action News has learned that the deceased were an engaged couple. According to the Wayne County Medical Examiner, the victims have been identified as 33-year-old Nicholas Pare of Wayne and 32-year-old Shannon McIntyre of Woodhaven.

Michigan State Police say Stack’s was behind the wheel of the SUV that struck the sedan occupied by the victims.

Investigators say Stack’s was traveling the wrong way on the interstate. They also believe alcohol may be a factor in the fatal collision.

MSP is conducting an investigation and awaiting the results of Stack’s blood alcohol level. He is no longer in police custody. Stack’s license is now in the hands of law enforcement.

No charges have been filed.

Below is the statement read aloud in Wednesday Night’s Wolverine Lake City Council meeting by Council President John Magee.

The Village of Wolverine Lake Municipal Office has received credible information that Wolverine Lake resident and council member mike stack was involved in an accident on i-275 in Canton Township, on Tuesday, December, 12th and was treated for his injuries. We are heartbroken over the loss of life in this incident. our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected and their loved ones. Michigan State Police is conducted an investigation we will wait for the outcome before any additional statement is made.