Teenager from Grand Rapids killed in Clinton County crash

Posted at 7:00 PM, Jul 03, 2015

EAGLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A teenager from Grand Rapids was killed in a crash Thursday afternoon in Clinton County.

It happened around 4:40 p.m. on eastbound I-96 near M-100 in Eagle Township.

Michigan State Police said a vehicle lost control and struck another vehicle carrying 9 people. The impact of the crash caused the vehicle to roll, ejecting several of the people inside. Officials said Quemele Marshall, 13,  from Grand Rapids was pronounced dead at the scene.  The others inside were taken to a Lansing hospital for treatment. Police also said one person was flown by Aero Med.

Officials said those in the other vehicle were not hurt.

The crash remains under investigation and alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash.