TAYLOR, Mich. (WJBK) - The man police say is responsible for hitting and killing a Wayne County road crew worker in March has been charged with crimes related to his death.
Charges were filed on Wednesday against Bobby Lee Collins for the death of David Wolf on March 23. Collins was charged with reckless driving causing death, moving violation causing death to a construction worker, reckless driving causing serious impairment of body function, and causing injury to a construction worker.
Wolf, 47, was killed on March 23 when a road crew dump truck crashed into the convoy in Taylor. The road crew was patching potholes when the dump truck, part of the moving crew, crashed into the truck in front of it on Van Born between Inkster and Beech Daly. CLICK HERE to donate to the family's GoFundMe.
Wolf and another man were walking behind the first truck patching potholes. The second truck crashed into the two men, pinning Wolf between the vehicles. The other man was able to get away from the truck.
Witnesses describe seeing the driver who hit them getting out of his truck then holding that worker and sobbing.
The accident was captured on surveillance video and shows a witness running to the scene as others called 911. Witnesses said that it appeared to be a terrible accident.