Ten people are taken to several area hospitals after an accident on Interstate 69 Thursday morning.
The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office says deputies were dispatched to I-69 at the 44 mile marker, north of N Drive North, for a rollover accident at 9:08am.
Three of the people were ejected from the vehicle and one person was pinned in. The victims were taken to four different hospitals: Sparrow in Lansing, Oaklawn Hospital in Marshall, Bronson of Battle Creek and Bronson of Kalamazoo.
The names of the victims aren't being released at this time. However, the Battle Creek Enquirer is reporting the van was carrying a group of Amish people.
The Sheriff's Office believes the driver lost control due to icy conditions.
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