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BELLEVUE, Mich. (BATTLE CREEK ENQUIRER) - Ten people were hurt, two possibly critically, when a northbound van slid off I-69 two miles north of N Drive North.
Calhoun County Sheriff Department deputies reported the accident at 9:08 a.m.
They said the van went out of control on icy pavement. At least three people were ejected from the van, which rolled onto its top in the median.
Deputies said nine men in the van were Amish farmers headed to a milk producers meeting in Lansing. The 10th person, a woman, was the van driver.
A sign on the van indicated it was from Buggy Line Tours of Shipshewana and Middlebury, Ind.
The Michigan Milk Producers Association was holding its annual delegate meeting in Lansing today.
Ambulances from Marshall, Albion and Eaton County all responded to the scene along with several area fire departments and Michigan State Police troopers.
Traffic in both directions continued to move, though it was slowed by rescue efforts.
Battle Creek Enquirer