UPDATE: 1 Killed, 1 Injured in Greenfield Road Accident

The women were transported to Oakwood Hospital after a car accident on Sunday evening.

Update, Dec. 27: The sisters have been identified as 22-year-old Eitedac Saleh Al-Gaithi and her 21-year-old sister, Armain Sleh-Al Mmari.

Al-Gaithi was killed in the crash, while Mmari was reported as being in critical condition, according to Dearborn police.


WXYZ reports that two sisters of a newly wed bride were injured in a car accident on Sunday evening on Greenfield Road in Dearborn.

Both women were transported to , but are not confirming the condition of either woman.

The women were on their way to the wedding reception at Greenfield Manor when the accident – involving their car and a Jeep – occurred. Police say another vehicle is believed to have been involved, but the driver left the scene and police have not been able to locate them.

The accident happened just 45 minutes before the wedding reception was set to begin, the banquet hall's manager told WXYZ.

Dearborn police are asking the driver of the third vehicle, or anyone with information on the situation, to call them at 313-943-2241.

Andree hnatiuk December 26, 2011 at 01:30 PM
I do not believe this is a venue for advertisement. This post should be removed immediately! and, please limit comments to provide useful information regarding the article with regard to the accident. Any expressed personal views on anything personal in your life should be directed to the editorial page, not here!
Patrick Elliott December 26, 2011 at 03:29 PM
I live directly across the street. The two people laying in the street never moved ! Good job Dearborn Police and Fire were there in minutes! They took the first person away quick and they were doing CPR on the second It didn't look like they were doing well ! I pray they survived ! There was a city bus at the accident but left I don't think it was involved but they may have seen the third car leaving !
colin December 27, 2011 at 11:04 PM
20 year old males should not be driving 425 horsepower trucks, in general, and passengers should be belted.
POWDERBURNER December 28, 2011 at 12:29 AM
Thanks to the staff at the Sec. Of State office that goes way too far out of their way to assist the illiterate segment of our city pass tests and get drivers licences they don't deserve, this is another fine example of why we pay more for insurance east of the Southfiels Freeway.


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