Crash on Hines Drive in Livonia sends...

Crash on Hines Drive in Livonia sends two by airlift to University of Michigan hospital

There are 1 comment on the Plymouth Township Observer story from Oct 9, 2013, titled Crash on Hines Drive in Livonia sends two by airlift to University of Michigan hospital. In it, Plymouth Township Observer reports that:

Two women were airlifted to the University of Michigan hospital Tuesday night after an accident closed down part of Hines Drive on Livonia's south side.

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Pete

Livonia, MI

#1 Oct 12, 2013
If you have a hammer you are going to use it. I see that UM Med Flight constantly shuttling patients from Livonia to UM Hospital. Most of the time the flight originates from the pad at St. Marys on Levan and Five Mile. It would be a fun ride if not injured. I wonder how many really need this service over land transportation. I had a severe bike accident on November 1, 1995 and got driven from Livonia to UM by friends after stabilizing at St. Marys.

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