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2 die in Mich. crash of Keystone man's vehicle

WHITE PIGEON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police across Michigan reported icy road conditions and multiple accidents, including a crash in southwest Michigan that killed two of the seven people aboard an Indiana man's vehicle.

Another crash in Eaton County has killed a 60-year-old driver.

The St. Joseph County, Mich., sheriff’s department said the double-fatal crash happened about 6:40 a.m. Wednesday in White Pigeon Township, 30 miles south of Kalamazoo.

It said the driver was 30-year-old driver Kirk Miller of Keystone, Ind. The department said two of his passengers were killed, but didn’t immediately release their names.

Eaton County Sheriff Tom Reich told the Lansing State Journal that Donald Brownlee of Howell was killed when his SUV spun out of control on Interstate 69.