3 crashes in 11 minutes in Ann Arbor area send 3 people to the hospital
Within 11 minutes Monday, three Ann Arbor area crashes sent three people to the hospital, all in stable condition.
First, at 2:42 p.m. Monday, emergency crews were sent to a head-on collision at Jackson Road and Wagner Road. Ann Arbor police Lt. Jim Baird said three cars were involved in a crash.
Huron Valley Ambulance spokeswoman Joyce Williams said at least two vehicles hit in a head-on collision. There were four people who needed to be treated by HVA personnel but only one person had to be taken to the University of Michigan Hospital emergency room in stable condition.
Two minutes after that crash was reported, a two-car crash at Packard Road and Easy Street was reported. Williams said one person was taken to University of Michigan Hospital emergency room at 3:15 p.m. in stable condition.
At 2:53 p.m. Monday, a car struck a bicyclist at South University Avenue and State Street in downtown Ann Arbor. Williams said the bicyclist was taken to the University of Michigan Hospital emergency room at 3:16 p.m. in stable condition.
Ann Arbor police were not immediately available to provide more information on the crashes Monday afternoon, but officials said details could be available later in the day.
Check back to AnnArbor.com for any further developments in these crashes.
AnnArbor.com reporter Kody Klein contributed to this report.