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A multi-vehicle crash on Monday in Tuscola County resulted in four people being hospitalized.
Just after 1 p.m., Tuscola County Central Dispatch received 911 calls of a multiple vehicle crash on M-81 at Cedar Run Road in Elmwood Township.
When they arrived, Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies found that an eastbound vehicle operated by Philip Rancilio of New Baltimore, MI, rearended a car that was stopped in the roadway to make a left turn onto Cedar Run Road. That vehicle was being driven by Jennifer Guinn, of Unionville. After the impact, Rancilio's vehicle swerved into the westbound lane and struck a westbound car head-on. That car was operated by Rachel Maurer of Snover, MI.
Maurer and Rancilio were transported to Saginaw area hospitals for treatment. Jennifer Guinn and her passenger were taken to Hills and Dales Hospital in Cass City for treatment.
The exact nature of their injuries and current conditions is unknown.
The Sheriff's accident reconstructionist responded to the scene to assist with the investigation and authorities said the crash remains under investigation.
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Wednesday, December 5 2012, 09:37 AM EST
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