Woman dies after being ejected from vehicle in Isabella County


A woman died after being ejected from her vehicle Saturday in Isabella County, according to Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main.

There is some indication that the 24-year-old driver may have been distracted with her cellphone at the time of the incident, Main said.

Main on Sunday identified the driver as Taylor Mann. She is from the Lake area.

The incident occurred around 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, near the 5000 block of northbound US-127 near East Vernon Road in Rosebush.

Isabella County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a one car rollover accident with a single occupant who was ejected from the vehicle, Main said.

When deputies arrived, they found the woman had been ejected from her 2000 Ford Explorer and it had rolled over several times, Main said.

The Isabella County Sheriff’s Department was assisted by Isabella County Central Dispatch, Isabella North East Fire Department and Mobile Medical Response.

The incident is still under investigation.


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