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Head-On Collision in Osceola County

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A Jeep and a car crashed head-on, causing serious injuries. 

It happened Saturday morning at the intersection of M-115 and 22 Mile Road in Osceola County. 

Police say a Jeep lost control, crossed the center line and hit a car head-on. 

All three passengers in the car had injuries and were taken to the hospital. All three are still in the hospital. Their 4-month-old daughter is at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital in Grand Rapids. To help the family, please follow the link posted on the left. 

Stay with 9&10 News as we continue to update you on this story as more information becomes available.

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