One person died in Michigan after they were struck by a semi-truck hauling 80,000 pounds of corn Friday that spilled onto the street.
The truck was driving in Courtland Township on 14 Mile Road when the truck driver tried to pass a vehicle turning on the shoulder, the Michigan State Police said.
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The truck wound up sideswiping the vehicle and lost control. It then struck an SUV in the eastbound lanes head-on, the news outlet said. A 53-year-old woman driving the SUV was killed.
Her passenger was taken to a hospital. Their condition was unknown.