BATH TWP., Mich. (WILX) -- The Bath Township Police Department is investigating a crash on Interstate 69 that sent several people to the hospital Sunday.
The crash happened around 10:15 p.m. on Eastbound I-69 between Chandler Road and Webster Road.
A westbound Buick sedan with only one occupant crossed a median and collided head-on with an eastbound Chrysler minivan carrying five occupants, according to police.
All six people were transported to Sparrow Hospital.
There were no fatalities or critical injuries, Bath Township Police officer Avery Lyon told News 10.
The driver of the Buick, a 62-year-old man from Fostoria, sustained serious but not life-threatening injuries.
People in the van sustained injuries, as well, ranging from minor to serious but not critical or life-threatening, Lyon said.
The people in the van were from Macomb County. There were three children -- 12, 17, and 15 years old; a 47-year-old male driver; and a 45-year-old female passenger.
The eastbound side of the highway was shut down for about an hour.
Police are still investigating why the driver of the Buick drove across the median.
Bath Township Police were assisted by DeWitt Township Police and Clinton County Sheriff's Office. Bath, Meridian Township and East Lansing fire departments all assisted.
Stay with News 10 for updates.