• March 08, 2017

Elma Witsaman, Mark Witsaman & Victoria Mitchell Killed; William Mitchell & Brent Mitchell Hurt in Accident in Kalamazoo, MI

Kalamazoo, MI -- A crash in the area of Kalamazoo, MI left 88-year-old Elma Witsaman, 59-year-old Mark Witsaman & 57-year-old Victoria Mitchell dead, and injured William Mitchell, 56, and Brent Mitchell, 20, Friday, March 3, 2017.

The incident happened on U.S. 131 around 4:45 p.m.

It appears a Ford Fiesta was northbound in the southbound lanes on 131. At some point, the vehicle collided with a pickup truck. Two occupants in the Ford, Elma Witsaman and Mark Witsaman, were killed in the incident. Victoria Mitchell, one of the occupants in the pickup, was also killed in the collision.

Rescue units freed William Mitchell and Brent Mitchell from the pickup truck. Both men were transported to a local hospital and were last listed in very critical condition.

The cause of the incident is still under investigation by local police officials.

The preliminary press release provided no further information regarding the incident.

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