UPDATE: Deadly Car Crash in Osceola County - Northern Michigan's News Leader

UPDATE: Deadly Car Crash in Osceola County

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A major state road remains closed in Osceola County tonight after a deadly accident, as police try to figure out what happened.

Two people are dead after a semi-truck collided with a car just after 8:00 this morning.

The crash happened on M-66 near 9 Mile Road in Osceola County.

State Police Crash Investigators blocked off the road while they looked into what happened.

Deputies say the semi was traveling north on icy roads when it lost control and slid into the oncoming lane, hitting a car.

Both adults in the car died but the truck driver wasn't hurt.

A passenger in the semi suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital in Reed City.

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