Driver shot, crashes on Lodge Freeway in Detroit

Michigan State Police are investigating Monday’s shooting on the Lodge Freeway in Detroit that injured a motorist.

First Lt. Mike Shaw, a spokesman for the agency, said the incident was reported on the southbound lanes of M-10 at West Grand Boulevard around 4:30 p.m.

He said a 38-year-old Detroit man driving an SUV was struck three times and crashed on the freeway.

“At this point we don’t know exactly what caused it or if it was a shootout between the two sides,” Shaw said. “A motive is unknown at this time.”

Shaw said the driver was hospitalized in stable condition. “We’re hoping he’ll be a little more cooperative to help us solve the exact time of the incident and maybe even find a suspect for us.”

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