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Four Macomb County Men Killed in South Dakota Accident

Three St. Clair Shores men, and a man from New Baltimore, were killed early Wednesday in an accident in South Dakota, according Keloland.com

Four Macomb County men were killed, and a fifth was seriously injured, when the Ford Excursion they were riding in was struck by a semi truck in South Dakota, according to a report by the AP and a story on Keloland.com.

According to the website, the men were traveling in northeast South Dakota about 5:40 a.m. when the SUV driven by Wesley Allen Frasard, 71, of St. Clair Shores, failed to stop at a stop sign and was struck by a semi-truck.

South Dakota Highway Patrol reported that the impact killed St. Clair Shores residents Frasard, Ledger John Frasard Jr., 68,  and 77-year-old William Edward Petrocy. Nikolaos Andreopoulos, 69,  of New Baltimore, was also killed. Thomas Edward Thorngate, 52 of St. Clair Shores, was taken to an Aberdeen, S.D., hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The driver of the truck received minor injuries, according to the report.

joe adams November 08, 2012 at 07:03 PM
Ledger was a retired police Lt from Grosse Pointe shores. HE will be truley missed.
Nancy November 09, 2012 at 06:30 PM
Nick was such a nice man. Always took time to chat with his customers. Once when I was dining there with my dad, we ordered frog legs. We weren't aware that they were sauteed in garlic -- which neither of us like. Nick took our plates, and made us a new batch -- this time, he deep fried them in his fish batter. Deeelicious. He just wanted his customers to be happy! Condolences to his family.What a tragedy!
Geraldine B. Williams November 09, 2012 at 09:12 PM
Gerry & Dan ....... John, Westly and Bill were very close friends. We are so concern about the families. We want them to know how much they are loved. Anything we can do we will do. John & Kathy and their girls are family to us. In fact both the girls have worked for us. Our thoughts, prayers and concers are with all the family. Our love to Pam-mie to Cheryl

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