Motorcycle Riders Airlifted to University of Michigan After Striking Minivan
Two riders from Howell weren't wearing helmets and were both critically injured in July 4 crash.
Two Howell residents were seriously injured when their motorcycle struck a minivan on July 4, according to a report from the Michigan State Police, Brighton Post.
Witnesses reported that the accident occured when the motorcycle attempted to pass the minivan which was attempting to turn into a private drive on North Territorial Road in Lyndon Township in Washtenaw County . The minivan was occupied by six college interns from the University of Michigan who did not report any injuries, according to the report.
The two motorcycle riders, neither of whom were wearing helmets, received critical injuries, according to the report and were air lifted to University of Michigan hospital.
Michigan State Police do not believe speed or alcohol were a factor in the crash.