Dr. Corban Caldwell Farmington Hills involved in car accident

He was an emergency medicine doctor at Beaumont Hospital-Farmington Hills.

Corbin Caldwell Death – There are reports that Corban Caldwell,  an emergency medicine doctor from Farmington Hills has passed away as a result of the fatal injuries that he sustained in a fatal motor vehicle accident over the weekend.

Who Is Corban Caldwell?

Dr. Corban E. Caldwell, an emergency medicine doctor at Beaumont Hospital-Farmington Hills in Farmington, Michigan, was trained at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine-Auburn Campus and had been in practice for somewhere in the neighborhood of three to five years.

RELATED ARTICLE: Fatal crash on I-696 in Farmington Hills, Michigan State Police investigates

An investigation has been opened by the Michigan State Police into a fiery automobile accident that occurred on Interstate 696. The deadly collision took place on February 18 at 11:40 p.m. on westbound Interstate 696 in Farmington Hills, just west of Halsted Road.

The driver of a Volkswagen model year 2017 that was heading westbound on Interstate 696 and was getting close to Interstate 96 when they were rear-ended by a Chevrolet Malibu is what the investigators say happened. The Volkswagen model year 2017 came to a stop on the left shoulder, and both of the people inside were unharmed. The driver of the 2019 Chevrolet Malibu lost control of their vehicle, which led to the car running off the road and colliding head-on with a tree, which ultimately led to the vehicle catching fire.

It was determined that the driver of the 2019 Chevrolet Malibu, who was killed in the accident when the vehicle caught fire, was unable to escape the blaze. The identify of the person who was killed has not been made public. They were the only passengers in their car at the time.

The authorities have stated that they are sending the case to the prosecutor so that it may be reviewed, and the investigation into the incident is still ongoing.

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