David Scholl Death – David Scholl of Bay City, Michigan, has passed away unexpectedly, he was involved in a motorcycle accident on Saturday, May 27, where he sustained life-threatening injuries and was pronounced dead. Amy Ervin of Bay City, Michigan, wrote on Facebook that you never know the last time you’ll have a laugh, a hug, a cheers with a craft beer, or a genuine conversation. Life is so unpredictable and sometimes things happen that make it feel overwhelming but you have to love with all you have while you have the time to do it.
“I’ll be cheering my Craftie to you later, Rest sweetly David Scholl my heart feels heavy today especially for Tammy Scholl, your love for each other was undefined by this world,” Ervin wrote. The details of the accident are pending at this time as the authorities are still investigating.
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RELATED ARTICLE: Christopher James Henry of Bay City died in crash during police pursuit
A man from Bay City who was the target of a stop attempt by state troopers as part of an initiative to crack down on drunk driving was killed in a collision after a brief pursuit on Sunday night. According to a report by the Tri-City Post of the Michigan State Police, the collision took place at 9:47 p.m. at the junction of Madison and Kosciuszko in the city of Bay City.
When officers were undertaking an enforcement attempt to crack down on drunk driving, they came across a motorcycle that they believed was being driven by an impaired driver. On Lafayette Boulevard heading east, near Broadway, state police officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop. After law enforcement officers in a properly marked patrol car activated their emergency lights and siren, the motorcycle did not stop and instead continued to speed east on Lafayette/Kosciuszko. A tree and a utility pole to the east of the intersection at Madison were damaged when a motorcycle collided with them.
Christopher James Henry, 47, from Bay City was identified as the driver of the vehicle and pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident. The findings of the toxicology test and the autopsy are not yet available, and the inquiry into the crash is still ongoing. The Tri-City Post can be reached at (989) 495-5555 if anyone who may have witnessed the collision is willing to speak with the state police.
At the site, the State Police were helped by officers from the Bay City Department of Public Safety, deputies from the Bay County Sheriff’s Office, and an ambulance from the McLaren EMS Ambulance service.
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