Michigan police say a minivan carrying a high school golf team broadsided another van, killing the coach, a player and a passenger in the other vehicle.
State Police Sgt. Don Bailey says the coach and six players from the Grayling High School boys' golf team were headed to a match Monday morning when their silver minivan broadsided a white minivan in Excelsior Township, about 25 miles east of Traverse City.
Bailey says a 17-year-old player was killed and four others are in critical condition.
A 27-year-old woman in the white minivan also was killed. The female driver was injured, while a 3-year-old girl appeared unhurt.
No names have been released.
Bailey says the silver van may have run a stop sign and the white minivan may have been speeding.
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