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Wyoming man, 28, dies in early morning crash

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WYOMING, Mich. -- A 28-year-old man died this morning in a single vehicle crash on Byron Center Avenue near 44th Street in the City of Wyoming.

The crash was reported at about 2:30 a.m.  Wyoming Police say Mychael Broyles was driving north on Byron Center when he lost control of his vehicle and hit a tree.

Broyles was pronounced dead at the scene.  The road was closed for about five hours while officials investigated the crash.

Police say in a release that preliminary reports from witnesses indicate that speeding and alcohol were likely factors in the crash.  The incident remains under investigation.

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8 comments

  • drew

    This man had children! it was mistake thats all!! rather drinking or not! its devastating! humble yourself dont be crude! we all have die someday!

  • CB

    People are so rude and cruel in this world it’s crazy!! Despite the decisions he decided to make NO ONE deserves to lose their life. Also there are 2 young boys who now have to grow up without their father. People stop acting like you’re perfect and NEVER made a bad decision in you life. No one is perfect so that means we have all made bad decisions at one point in our lives. Until the shoe is on the other foot i am sure no one will understand the feeling of a unfortunate loss of a loved one!!!

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