Rescue crews are searching for a man missing man who was last seen when his car flipped over during the blizzard.
Michigan State Police at the West Branch Post say Zachary Figurski, 24, was last seen around 1:00 am Wednesday when his car crashed and rolled over on M-55 during the snow storm. A woman says she stopped to help him when she saw him walking down the road. He said he was fine, and she saw him walk up to a home.
She notified authorities, because he was only wearing a short-sleeved Applebee TMs polo shirt and black pants. Authorities traced the information, and went to the home where he was last seen, but those residents stated that they never saw him. Police contacted his family, who stated they had been searching for him as well.
Police traced the car TMs information and found that Figurski had a suspended license and a bad plate. They also believe he had been drinking at the time of the accident.
Thursday, rescue crews and a K9 unit began searching for him.
Police say he is a white male who is 5 TM10 and about 180 pounds. He has blue eyes. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Michigan State Police at 989-345-0956.