ATTICA TOWNSHIP, MI - On Thursday, August 13th, 2015, at 2:22 PM, Lapeer County Sheriff\u2019s Deputy Nick Vandenberg responded to the intersection of Lake George and Newark Road in Attica (Lapeer County\u2019s Attica Township) for a multiple vehicle traffic crash involving a motorcycle.\r\nDeputies determined that Elmer Lumsden, 78-years-old, from Dryden was traveling northbound on Lake George Road. Elmer Lumsden was the lone occupant in his 2002 Chevrolet Malibu. Elmer Lumsden disregarded the stop sign at Newark Road and entered the intersection in the path of a 2000 Jeep Cherokee traveling westbound on Newark Road driven by Jacob Mueller, 21-years-old from Metamora. The initial collision was broadside and vehicles traveled to the northwest quadrant of the intersection.\r\nGuy Palmer, 60-years-old, from Metamora was on a 2004 Harley Davidson within the northwest quadrant of the intersection. Guy Palmer previously traveled southbound on Lake George Road and was stopped for the Newark Road stop sign when the initial collision occurred. Guy Palmer was struck by Elmer Lumsden\u2019s vehicle as it departed the roadway. The vehicles driven by Elmer Lumsden and Jacob Mueller overturned before coming to rest. Guy Palmer was ejected off his 2004 Harley Davidson.\r\nJacob Mueller and Guy Palmer were transported to McLaren- Lapeer Region for non-life threatening injuries. Elmer Lumsden was pronounced deceased on scene and extricated from his vehicle by Attica Township and Imlay City Fire and Rescue.\r\nPreliminary investigation does not suggest that excessive speeds or alcohol are contributing factors in this traffic crash. The intersection was closed for about three hours for rescue and investigative purposes.\r\nThe Lapeer County Sheriff\u2019s Office was assisted at the scene by the Michigan State Police Lapeer Post, Michigan State Police Motor Carrier Division, Attica Township Fire and Rescue, Imlay City Fire and Rescue, and Lapeer County 911 operators who coordinate rescue efforts.\r\nThis traffic crash remains under investigation by the Lapeer County Sheriff\u2019s Office. Anyone with information is requested to contact either Deputy Nick Vandenberg at 810-245-2449 (email email@example.com) or Detective Sgt. Jason Parks at 810-245-1381 (email firstname.lastname@example.org).