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Iron Mountain MSP investigate two-vehicle personal injury crash in Breitung Township

A vehicle, operated by 38-year-old Jamie Granquist, was traveling eastbound with an 11-year-old passenger. The driver failed to stop at a red light and the vehicle collided with another vehicle.
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Updated: Jun. 9, 2021 at 7:20 AM EDT
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BREITUNG TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLUC) - Four people are recovering after a two-vehicle personal injury crash Tuesday.

According to the Michigan State Police Iron Mountain Post, it happened at 6:51 p.m. central time, at the intersection of highways US-2 and US-141 in Breitung Township. The investigation determined that a vehicle, operated by 38-year-old Jamie Granquist, was traveling eastbound with an 11-year-old passenger. The driver failed to stop at a red light, and the vehicle collided with a northbound vehicle being operated by 35-year-old Amber Fleming, with a 3-year-old passenger, that was turning west onto US-2.

The occupants of both vehicles were transported by ambulance, to Dickinson County Healthcare System.

Alcohol was not a factor of the crash. All persons involved were wearing their seat belts, or in a approved child restraint seat. Assisting at the scene were Iron Mountain Police Department, Kingsford Public Safety, Integrity Ambulance and Breitung Township Fire and Rescue.

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