The victims are the driver and passenger in a car rear-ended by a semi on US-127 Tuesday afternoon.
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) - The Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights has become the latest community in Michigan to adopt a non-discrimination ordinance.
The vote was held early Wednesday following a debate that began Tuesday night and included four hours of testimony by supporters and opponents. City council approved the measure by a 7-0 vote.
More than 30 communities in Michigan have adopted similar gay rights ordinances. The ordinance carries with it a maximum fine of $500 for each violation.
Mayor Richard Notte says it's "an expansion of civil rights" and "the right thing to do for this city."
2820 East Saginaw Street, Lansing, MI 48912