Three people were seriously injured when three cars had a collision near Ann Arbor today. At least three people were pronounced in critical condition after a three-car collision which happened near Ann Arbor.
According to the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety, the mishap took place just after 12 o’clock midnight on Moon Road at Michigan Avenue.
The accident happened just after midnight at the Moon road at Michigan Avenue in Ann Arbor.
One of the three cars involved was a Camaro. Its passengers in the front and rear seat were delivered to the hospital.
The police reported that two passengers of the Camaro were pronounced in critical condition and transported to St. Joseph Hospital. The operator of the car was delivered to the University of Michigan Medical Center in stable condition.
The front and rear passengers of the Camaro were sustaining serious injuries and immediately taken to St. Joseph Hospital. The driver of the car had non-life threatening injuries and was transported to the University of Michigan Medical Center.
The second vehicle was badly damaged by the impact that the driver was trapped inside. Emergency crew using their hydraulic rescue tools extricated him from inside the car. Sustaining life-threatening injuries, the operator of the second vehicle was delivered to the University of Michigan Medical Center.
Using hydraulic rescue tools, the emergency crew freed the driver of the second vehicle from inside his car. He suffered critical injuries and was immediately transported to the hospital.
The driver of a third car was treated on the scene.
Information regarding the cause of the accident was not available. Authorities are still making their investigation. The identities of the persons injured are not given to the media.
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