LOWELL, Mich. (WOOD) - Michigan State Police authorities have confirmed that alcohol was found in the car that rolled over, injuring five Grand Haven teen girls.
But, police said, they do not believe alcohol caused the crash.
The girls -- Brittany Olds,16; Madison Case, 17; Hannah DeVecht, 17; Emily Bogner, 16; and 16-year-old Danielle Michaels -- were headed to the Breslin Center in East Lansing to watch their school's girl's basketball team on March 16 when the crash happened.
Their car hit the turnbuckle at the beginning of the cable barrier, crashed through that side, went across the median and flipped over the top of the west side cable barrier.
The investigating trooper does not believe the driver of the vehicle, Michaels, had been drinking, according to MSP.
Blood tests were taken, but results are not yet back.
Police do not believe that alcohol played a role in the crash.
"I'm concerned if that's true," Grand Haven Superintendent Keith Konarska told 24 Hour News 8 when he heard that alcohol was found in the car. "I was told all of the girls involved in the accident were screened for drugs and alcohol and they were clean ... that alcohol was not a factor in the accident."
Michaels and DeVecht, who was in the passenger's seat, have been released from the hospital. 24 Hour News 8 has also learned that Case was released from the hospital on March 22.
The three most seriously hurt were Bogner, Case and Olds.
At last check, Olds was in a medically induced coma.
Updates on Facebook show that Bogner is recovering well.
The Grand Haven girl's basketball team went on to win the game.
An observation survey was conducted by the Wayne State University Transportation Research Group.
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