Authorities have identified a 24-year-old western Michigan man killed in what was believed to be a crash involving a deer.
The Allegan County sheriff’s office says Monday that the body of Roky Vasquez-Vasquez was found about 8:50 a.m. Friday on the shoulder of U.S. 131 near Wayland, south of Grand Rapids.
About three hours earlier, a motorist reported striking a deer in the same area, but officers were unable to find anything that might have been hit by a vehicle due to darkness.
The sheriff’s office said Vasquez-Vasquez may have been driving another vehicle that crashed about 2:15 a.m. on northbound U.S. 131. That person fled after that crash.
Vasquez-Vasquez was from the Grand Rapids area. (AP)