One injured in crash on M-123

CHIPPEWA COUNTY¬† — Michigan State Police Troopers are investigating a two-vehicle personal injury accident that occurred at approximately 7:55 a.m. on February 14, in Trout Lake Township on M-123, north of Trout Lake.

The driver of the first vehicle, 28-year-old Danielle Held of Newberry, was northbound on M-123 when she lost control of her vehicle. The vehicle crossed the center line and hit an oncoming Chippewa County Road Commission plow truck. Held sustained multiple lacerations to her arms and head. She was transported to Helen Newberry Joy Hospital by Straits EMS.

The driver of the plow truck, 52-year-old Ronald Manchem of Trout Lake, did not sustain any injuries.

The Michigan Department of Transportation and the Chippewa County Road Commission temporarily closed the road for investigation. M-123 was reopened at approximately 12:40 p.m. All vehicles have been cleared from the scene.

Troopers are continuing to investigate at the scene. They are being assisted by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division out of the Sault Ste Marie and St. Ignace Posts, as well as the Hulbert Fire Department.