ROLLIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- Southern Michigan officials are blaming icy conditions following days of snow for a two-vehicle crash that killed a Michigan man and an Ohio woman.
The Lenawee County sheriff's department says the crash happened about 8 p.m. Saturday on U.S. 127 in Rollin Township, about 75 miles west-southwest of Detroit.
Sgt. Carl Polan says that 65-year-old Robert Hardesty of Malinta, Ohio, was southbound when he lost control of his vehicle and struck a northbound vehicle driven by 47-year-old Scott. W. McGee of Pittsford, Mich.
Polan says the crash killed McGee and a passenger in Hardesty's passenger, 63-year-old Linda A. Hardesty of Malinta.
The sergeant says Robert Hardesty was taken to Allegiance Hospital in Jackson with serious injuries.