The sole survivor in a Toyota Prius involved in a crash on U.S. 23 Sunday afternoon is in "fair" condition at University of Michigan Hospital, according to University of Michigan Health System Spokesperson Christy Barnes.
Okemos graduate Humphrey Petersen-Jones, 18, survived a crash that killed the three others also riding in the Toyota Prius in Livingston County.
It happened just after 3:30 p.m. Sunday. The northbound Prius traveled across the center median, hitting a southbound Chevrolet Blazer and killing two of its five passengers.
Barnes could not tell WILX when Petersen-Jones would be released from the hospital, or go into further detail about his injuries.
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