GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (AP) -- A police report says excessive speed and a phone distraction might have contributed to a crash in which five teenage girls from Grand Haven were hurt.
The Grand Haven Tribune obtained the state police's final investigative report via a Freedom of Information Act request and reported on the findings this week.
Troopers didn't draw any conclusions about the crash, but cited witness accounts of excessive speed, the driver's admission that she was looking down at her cell phone and a bottle of open vodka in the back compartment.
The girls were driving March 16 to a basketball game in East Lansing when the crash happened on Interstate 96 near Lowell.
The Grand Rapids Press says the police report is to be forwarded to the Kent County prosecutor's office for review.