Walker, MI- At 7:52 p.m. Monday, two men were injured when a Dodge Stratus collided with a BMW on the shoulder of I-96, in Walker, MI.
It appears that a 62-year-old man pulled over to the shoulder, because of difficulties with his 1995 BMW. At some point, a 19-year-old in a 2002 Dodge Stratus came along, crashing into the parked BMW. The 19-year-old was critically injured and taken to a nearby hospital. The 62-year-old man was also injured, but apparently less severely and also hospitalized. The identities of the 2 men have not been released by authorities at this time.
Local officials are investigating the accident. There is no word yet about a possible cause, but alcohol is likely not a factor in this one.
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Map of the Area Near the Accident
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