UPDATE: According to officials, all three subjects in the head-on collision are in critical condition but are expected to survive.
Police have reported more details about the crash.
A Cadillac driven by a 68-year-old woman, with her 30-year-old son and their dog riding in the vehicle, was traveling east on West Saginaw Street toward North Deerfield Avenue. A Volkswagen, driven by a 27-year-old man, heading west on West Saginaw Street crossed through the middle turn lane into the eastbound lane and struck the Cadillac head on.
The dog involved in the crash did not survive.
Officials said it is not confirmed if speed, alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash, but police are investigating the possibility.
Anybody with information regarding the crash may contact Sgt. Aaron Lightner at (517) 999-0326, or email@example.com
LANSING, Mich (WLNS) — Three people were left in critical condition Monday following a serious head-on car crash.
The two-car crash happened around 10:30 a.m. in the 2900 block of West Saginaw Street.
The Lansing Township Fire Department responded to reports of the crash.
Upon arriving at the scene, crews found three people trapped. They immediately requested three ambulances and an extra extrication rig from the City of Lansing Fire Department.
Township crews then worked with city crews to free all three people from the cars and transport them to Sparrow Hospital for treatment.
The LTPD is still investigating this crash and says it was the second serious crash in the area in less than 24 hours.
As more details become available, 6 News will keep you updated.