UPDATE: Accident Report Released for Deadly Kalkaska Co. Car Acc - Northern Michigan's News Leader

UPDATE: Accident Report Released for Deadly Kalkaska Co. Car Accident

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Police have finished the accident report from the Kalkaska county car crash that killed 3 people, and sent multiple others to the hospital, including members of the Grayling High School golf team.

The accident happened last month, killing Cassie Stapleton, Jason Potter, and golf team member Louis Menard.

Police say Cassie's mother Rhonda Mitchell was driving on County Road 612 at a minimum of 77 miles per hour when the accident happened.

Mitchell's toxicology report showed marijuana and morphine in her system.

She had a prescription for morphine.

Coach Jason Potter was driving the van carrying 6 members of the Grayling Golf Team.

Reports show he was driving at a minimum speed of 44 miles per hour, meaning he did not stop at the posted stop sign.

Potter's toxicology report was normal.

The case has been sent to the Kalkaska Prosecutor's Office for further review.

We will have continuing coverage of this story tonight on 9&10 News at 5:00 and 6:00.

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