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2 injured in head-on collision with semi Wednesday morning, M-40 still closed

The car's driver is being treated at a local hospital for serious injuries. The driver of the semi suffered minor injuries.
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ALLEGAN, Mich. — UPDATE 4 P.M.: The crash involved a passenger vehicle driven by a man from the Zeeland area. He had been driving Southbound in the Northbound lane of M-40. A semi driving Northbound from northern Indiana was unable to avoid the car, causing a head-on collision. 

The car's driver is being treated at a local hospital for serious injuries. The driver of the semi suffered minor injuries.

M-40 is still closed. 

The Allegan County Sheriff's Office Reconstruction team is currently investigating the incident.

ORIGINAL STORY: 

At around 9:04 a.m. on Wednesday, a vehicle traveling on M-40 crashed into a semi. The highway remains closed north of Allegan.

The condition of the car’s driver is unknown at this time, but serious injuries are suspected. The driver of the semi was not injured.

M-40 is closed between 121st Avenue and Allegan Dam Road/36th Street.

Allegan County Sheriff’s deputies plan to open M-40 back up around 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

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