UPDATE: New information on Wednesday morning's rollover crash in Gladstone. A 70-year-old Rapid River woman was injured.
It was first thought she had minor injuries. However, at OSF St. Francis Hospital, it was discovered she had a previously undiagnosed medical condition. She's was transferred Wednesday night to Marquette General Hospital.
Michigan State Police at the Gladstone Post say the unidentified woman was on M-35, north of Lake Bluff Drive, when her vehicle left the road and overturned in a ditch.
Authorities say her medical condition appears to be a significant factor in the crash.
A 70-year-old Rapid River woman was treated for minor injuries after a rollover crash that happened Wednesday morning.
According to the Michigan State Police Gladstone Post, the woman was traveling on M-35, north of Lake Bluff Drive, when her vehicle left the roadway and overturned in a ditch.
Police say that when they arrived, she was still secured in the vehicle with her seatbelt and was unable to exit. Police assisted the driver, covered in mud and debris, out of the vehicle and she was treated for minor injuries.
The Michigan State Police say that alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash and pointed out that proper seatbelt usage and airbags prevented serious injury.