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Crash in Lenawee County kills 2 Saturday night

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Rollin Township, MICHIGAN (WTVG) -- Deputies in Lenawee County are investigating a fatal crash that killed two people Saturday night.

It happened at 8:00pm on US-127 near Manitou Road in Rollin Township.

Investigators say 65-year-old Robert Hardesty was driving Southbound on US-127 when he lost control of his vehicle due to icy road conditions.

Hardesty vehicle then crossed over into the Northbound lane and crashed into a vehicle driven by 47-year-old Scott McGee.

McGee was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger with Hardesty, 63-year-old Linda Hardesty was also pronounced dead at the scene.

Robert Hardesty was transported to hospital in Jackson with serious injuries.

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