GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Icy roads caused slide-offs and crashes on West Michigan roads Monday, including a deadly wreck north of Greenville.

The deadly crash happened around 1:20 p.m. on Sidney Road east of Fitzner Road in Montcalm Township. Michigan State Police say a the driver of a westbound pickup truck lost control, causing the truck to cross the centerline and hit an eastbound vehicle head-on.

The driver of the westbound pickup, a 67-year-old Edmore woman, and the driver of the eastbound vehicle, a 64-year-old Edmore man, were both killed. Their names were not immediately released.

The passenger in the eastbound vehicle, a 66-year-old Edmore woman, was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.

Through much of the day, there were intermittent closures on area highways while emergency responders dealt with less serious crashes.

They included a multivehicle wreck on westbound I-196 near Fuller Avenue, including a rollover. Grand Rapids police said no serious injuries were reported in that crash.

Another crash on westbound I-96 west of Whitneyville Avenue, east of Grand Rapids, included multiple vehicles and a jackknifed semi-truck.

You can follow the Michigan Department of Transportation’s West and Southwest regions on Twitter for the latest road closures.

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Storm Team 8 said freezing drizzle and flurries would continue into the evening. Tuesday was expected to be mostly dry.