Rural Michigan pickup crash kills 4

A pickup truck smashed into a smaller pickup, killing four people in southern Michigan, police said.

The crash happened Monday in Lenawee County’s Macon Township, 60 miles southwest of Detroit.

A Ford F-150 with four people was traveling south on a rural road when it was hit by a Ford F-250 traveling east on a different road, state police said.

The dead were all men, ages 18 to 35, who were driving between job sites for an asphalt company, WTVG-TV reported. The 55-year-old driver of the F-250 was in a hospital Tuesday with life-threatening injuries.

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