The victims are the driver and passenger in a car rear-ended by a semi on US-127 Tuesday afternoon.
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - The buzz of March Madness could be felt all over the MSU campus.
Not everyone ditched their books though. Sophomore Chelsea Tinney didn't have class, but she's not ruling out that option in the future.
It's a decision MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon wants students to re-evaluate.
"I think you need to make sure your academic performance meets the highest standards, just like Tom wants the basketball team to make the highest standards," said Simon.
But for those spartan fans who literally wear their heart on their sleeve, every game counts to get to the Final Four.
"You always gotta rep Spartans all the time," said MSU junior John Cioffi. "I'd drop everything if we made it that far. I mean, I did skip class today to watch this game."
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