INDIANAPOLIS — House Speaker Brian Bosma said State Rep. Tim Brown is making "positive progress" in an Ann Arbor hospital. Brown was involved in a motorcycle crash in Michigan last week.
According to a statement, Bosma said Brown remains in critical, but stable condition right now. He is in regular contact with Brown's family.
Brown and State Rep. Mike Speedy were riding their motorcycles near Mackinac Island when an SUV pulled out in front of them. Speedy was able to avoid the vehicle.
Brown was taken to a hospital in Petoskey, Michigan and later to Ann Arbor.
Brown represents parts of Tippecanoe, Montgomery and Boone Counties. He's regarded as one of the top-ranking Republicans in the Indiana Statehouse.
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