9-month-old baby killed in 3-vehicle crash in Montcalm County

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WINFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- A 9-month-old baby has died after a 3-vehicle crash near the town of Amble in Montcalm County.

Officials tell FOX 17 the crash was reported at 1:15 p.m. Sunday at M-46 and Amble Road.

Police on the scene told FOX 17 a vehicle was going eastbound, getting ready to turn onto Amble when it was rear-ended by another car which pushed it into the other lane where it collided with a pickup.

Four people were inside the vehicle that was rear-ended, including a 9-month-old baby girl who didn't survive.  Police say the 46-year-old driver in that vehicle had non life-threatening injuries.  The 18-year-old female passenger in the front was airlifted in critical condition. The other passenger, an 18-year-old male,  was also transported to the hospital, according to police.

Investigators say the 27-year-old that rear-ended that vehicle was hospitalized with minor injuries.  The 54-year-old woman driving the pickup truck also had minor injuries.

M-46 was closed while police investigated the crash. It was re-opened around 6 p.m.

No names have been released at this time.

This is a developing story. 

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  • Jan

    So sorry for the family that lost the baby. Please take away the video of the lady saying the baby was crushed. It’s sad enough for the parents. I’m sure they dont need to hear this lady talking about their baby

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