LANSING, Mich. (WILX) One person was killed in Ionia County during Monday's storm.
Police have reported that a woman slid into oncoming traffic and was hit by a truck on M66 killing her.
It happened around 7:17 in the morning in the area of M66 just north of Eaton Highway in Sebewa Twp.
The woman, 48 years old from Lake Odessa, was driving south on the highway in a 2004 Dodge Intrepid when she lost control on the icy roads.
She was hit by a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado pick up truck in the passenger side doors driven by a 21-year-old man.
No one else was hurt and the crash is still under investigation.
Monday morning's snowy, icy roads helped cause nearly 140 accidents in Ingham, Eaton and Jackson counties. The Ingham County Sheriff's Office responded to 12 crashes and 55 slide-offs. Those totals do not include the cities of Lansing or East Lansing. Most of the accidents were on highways, with the largest number on U.S. 127 near Mason.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says it responded to 18 accidents as of Monday afternoon. The Eaton County Sheriff's Office responded to 65 total accidents including the following:
36 cars in ditches
16 crashes causing property damage
1 personal-injury accident
Clinton county has not released any statistics yet.
State Police handled 22 accidents across Ingham, Jackson, Eaton and Clinton counties.