GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Hundreds of commuters traveling into Grand Rapids were delayed this morning after a two-car crash on Southbound U.S. 131.
The crash happened just after 7:15 a.m. near the Ann Street exit.
Michigan State Police say a 27-year-old Grand Rapids man was driving a Pontiac Grand Prix when he lost control and spun into the path of a Ford Taurus.
The driver of the Grand Prix was taken to Spectrum Hospital where he is listed in serious condition. The driver of the Taurus, a 31-year-old man from Newaygo, was treated for minor injuries.
Both left lanes were closed as a result, delaying traffic coming from Eastbound I-96 as well as Southbound U.S. 131. A second crash was reported in the backup, on EB I-96 near Walker Avenue. No one was hurt.
Police asked drivers to find an alternative route, as both lanes were closed for more than two hours.
The crash remains under investigation.
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