October 22, 2014

Three injuries reported in two-car accident

Tim Barnum
A Chevrolet Impala involved in a two-car accident July 25 is transported from the scene by H&R Towing.
Tim Barnum
A Ford Taurus involved in a two-car accident July 25 shows some front-end damage.
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CLAYTON TWP. — A two-car accident July 25 that caused three injuries — two of which were suffered by children — remains under investigation.

Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre said all of the injuries are believed to be non-life threatening.

The accident occurred near the intersection of Bishop Road and Main Street Road around 3 p.m. McIntyre said the driver of a Ford Taurus traveling northbound on Bishop Road reportedly turned onto westbound Main Street Road and collided with a Chevrolet Impala traveling eastbound on Main Street Road.

A female passenger in the Taurus was reportedly injured in the incident. The two injured children were passengers in the Impala.

All of the injured occupants were transported to St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital, McIntyre said.

Check back for more details as they are available.

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