• May 12, 2017

5 Killed in Oceola Township, MI, Car Accident on Highway 59

Oceola Township, MI -- May 10, 2017, five people were killed as the result of an accident where two vehicles crashed along Highway 59.

Police officials released preliminary details surrounding the fatal incident. They report that it happened at around 11:00 p.m. at the intersection of Highland Road and Argentine Road.

According to initial investigations, both vehicles were traveling through the intersection at the time when one of them, which police did not specify, ran a stop sign and caused a collision. The collision also caused a fire to break out in one of the vehicles.

The ultimate result of the incident was five victims dying at the scene. One person was taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries.

No particular factors have been given at this time. Police continue their investigations.

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