Syracuse man involved in fatal Christmas day crash upgraded to fair condition

(Photo supplied/Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department)

The driver involved in a car crash on Christmas that killed two people is now in fair condition.

26-year-old Mickgomery Hisey of Syracuse had been taken to Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne in critical condition after the collision. He’s now in fair condition, according to the Times-Union.

Hisey was speeding westbound in the area known as “Crazy Corners” at the intersection of Syracuse-Webster Road and County Road 1200 North. He passed another vehicle at the crest of a hill and struck a car headed in the opposite direction.

32-year-old Stephen Conrad II and his mother, 61-year-old Kim Conrad, were killed. Steven Conrad Sr., who was behind the wheel, has been discharged from the hospital.

A prosecutorial hold has been placed on Hisey at the hospital. The hold alerts police when Hisey is released. So far, there is no word on what charges may be filed against Hisey.

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