A woman who lives in the area told Local 4 that crashes are commonplace on this stretch of I-94.
A toddler did survive the crash. He was examined at a hospital.
Alesia's son, Josiah, was safe in the backseat but her brother, 18-year-old Armonie Maddox and cousin 18-year-old Ervin Johnson, were ejected from the auto and killed.
The boy was walking with firefighters. They were all Detroit residents.
First responders in Detroit found four people dead at the scene of a crash, which occurred early Monday morning near 8 Mile Road on I-94, WDIV-TV reported. The interstate has since reopened to traffic.
Police believe speed was a factor, but they have not determined the exact cause. The AP and Free-Press report the Buick SUV was driving at high speeds in Harper Woods when the driver tried to pass another auto, lost control, careened across the lanes, and ended up striking a bridge.
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The adults all were between 18 and 25 years old.
The passengers were not wearing seat belts.
John and his father stopped to help, but the driver, 20-year-old Dorii Rogers and her passenger, 20-year-old Alesia Maddox, were dead.
Police said the young child was buckled into the auto seat, and only suffered minor injuries.
"Every couple weeks there are sirens going down there". "And I can tell you from experience people fly down this stretch going 80 miles per hour, don't think about it". "The other issue is that onramp right there, people don't merge well".