Two men sent to hospital after head-on collision in Ann Arbor
Two people were taken to the hospital Friday morning after a head-on collision on Plymouth Road caused by a driver who may have been drunk.
Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said police responded at 3:15 a.m. Friday to Plymouth Road near Broadway Street after the accident was reported. She said a silver Toyota and a black Pontiac had been involved in a head-on collision with extensive damage done to both vehicles.
Bush said the 29 year-old Ann Arbor man in the Toyota hit the 21-year-old Ann Arbor man driving the Pontiac. The Pontiac was westbound on Plymouth Road and the driver told police the other vehicle was traveling eastbound in the same lane, causing the collision, she said.
Both men were transported to the University of Michigan Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, Bush said.
Police smelled intoxicants on the breath of the 29-year-old driver but did not arrest him at the scene because of his injuries, Bush said. A search warrant is being sought in the case to gather more evidence, she said.
The accident is still under investigation, she said.