GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Six people were injured, at least one critically, after a car collided with a cargo truck at a Grand Rapids intersection early Monday morning.
Teenagers from Byron Center High School were involved in the crash, 24 Hour News 8 confirmed.
There were five people in a station wagon driven by Cody Burgess, a parent from Byron Center told 24 Hour News 8. They were headed south on Eastern Avenue when Burgess allegedly did not stop at a flashing red traffic signal, police said in a news release.
The station wagon collided with an Oven Fresh truck headed east on 28th Street.
The truck driver was alone in the truck. He was treated and released at a hospital.
But two of the rear seat passengers in the station wagon are listed in critical condition. One of them is Caitlin Hendren, 24 Hour News 8 confirmed.
Burgess and Tyler Ritsema were treated and released at a Saint Mary's Hospital.
The names and conditions of the other passengers are not available at this time.
Investigators said speed and alcohol are not factors in the crash.
Witnesses are asked to call the Grand Rapids Police Department at 616.456.4282 or Silent Observer at 616.774.2345 if they have more information.
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