UPDATE: Police Release Name Of Man Who Died In G.T. County Crash - Northern Michigan's News Leader

UPDATE: Police Release Name Of Man Who Died In G.T. County Crash

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The Grand Traverse County intersection is open after a two-car crash Friday morning.

Around 8:00 AM Friday morning a car, driven by 89-year-old Anders Anderson, missed the stop sign at the intersection of Cedar Run Road and Gray Road and collided with an SUV. 

Gray Road is the dividing line between Long Lake and Garfield townships.

Both cars went off the road way and ended up in this ditch, causing one of the guiding lines of a utility pole to snap.

Cherry Land Electric was on the scene. They say the accident didn't cause any problems.

Police say the drivers in both vehicles were taken to Munson Medical Center in Traverse City. 

The Anders Anderson from Traverse City, died from his injuries. 
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