I-94 crash, fatally causing 1, injurures 5 Icy roads attributed to 1, injures 5 Icy roads, killing 1, injures 5, injures 5

I-94 crash, fatally causing 1, injurures 5 Icy roads attributed to 1, injures 5 Icy roads, killing 1 ...

BERRIEN COUNTY, MI A passenger who was helping an injured woman in an accident was killed when a new vehicle crashed into their disabled sport-utility vehicle on I-94.

The accident on Nov. 25, Thursday, the five others scuffled with the icy road conditions. Police said cold temperatures and rain caused slippery conditions.

The crash happened around 7:15 p.m. on I-94 near Maudlin Road, in Berrien County's New Buffalo Township, the sheriff said.

The aversion driver was traveling east when he lost control of his vehicle on the slippery road and reached an exit on the axis.

When a truck driver, a Buick Lucerne, lost control and a slender driver tried to escape the passenger side of a back-seat passenger when he was looking for a front-seat passenger.

A sheriff's detective said that the passenger who helped the other passenger died of a broken neck, and was taken care of, the sheriff said.

The driver was pinned in the road after the crash. He was admitted in hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

One passenger was taken to the city of Lakeland in critical condition, then airlifted to the city of Mount Pleasant. The other driver was taken to Lakeland, in critical condition. The other driver was taken to the City of Michigan, then transferred to the University of Chicago, and then released.

No names were not released pending a notification from families, police said.

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