UNION TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - A man who fled the scene after allegedly causing a head-on, two-vehicle wreck arrived at the police station 13 hours later.
It is unknown at this time if Dustin Powell, 21, from Union City, will face charges.
Police said he was driving west on W. Girard Road, west of Olds Road, in Union Township around 4:56 a.m. Sunday.
His vehicle collided with an eastbound vehicle driven by 38-year-old Scott Shelts of Union City, police said.
Branch County sheriff's deputies and a LifeCare Ambulance crew were dispatched to the scene.
Shelts was trapped in his vehicle and Powell's vehicle was unoccupied.
Union City firefighters were sent to the scene and extricated Shelts. He wore his seat belt, and his vehicle's air bags deployed.
West Michigan Air Care transported Shelts to Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo. His condition is not known.
Authorities used a K-9 unit to search for the other driver, Powell, but could not find him.
Powell came to the Union City Police Department around 6 p.m. to report he had been in an accident, according to a news release.
No other information has been released as the accident remains under investigation.
If you have more details about this incident then you are asked to call the Branch County Sheriff's Office at 517.278.3091.
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