Four people were sent to the hospital after a three vehicle crash on Wednesday.
According to the Delta County Sheriff's Department, three vehicles collided after a driver lost control on US-2/41 near the Ford River Bridge shortly before 5 p.m.
Police say that a 58-year-old driver lost control on icy roads, causing his vehicle to hit one vehicle, and then collide head on with a second.
Two of the drivers and a passenger were taken to the St. Francis emergency room for treatment. The third driver sought his own treatment at the hospital's emergency room. Police believe injuries appear to be non-life threatening.
The Michigan State Police and Rampart EMS assisted at the scene of the crash.