Police arrest 1 after speeding Camaro loses control, flips over on Lodge Freeway

The driver of a Chevrolet Camaro that was speeding on the Lodge Freeway lost control Friday morning, flipped the car, and slid several hundred feet Friday morning.

Michigan State Police had attempted a traffic stop on the speeding car when it crashed. The driver then fled the scene before being arrested a short while later.

The incident happened on M-10 around 3:35 a.m. when a Metro South trooper was sitting in the southbound service lane near Meyer.

Around that time, the officer's rear-facing radar alerted a vehicle was traveling at 80 mph. 

Once the suspect vehicle, a white Chevy Camaro, passed the officer, they turned on their emergency lights and attempted a traffic stop.

According to Michigan State Police on Twitter, the driver entered the expressway and lost control of the car. 

The driver, identified as a 29-year-old Detroit man, was taken into custody shortly after fleeing the scene on foot. 

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Police say there were three other individuals who were also in the car when it crashed. All three were hospitalized. 

The crash shutdown the freeway for a short time to remove the vehicle. The suspect was taken to the hospital for an operating while intoxicated investigation where he could get a blood draw.

A review will be sent to the prosecutor's office.