SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (AP) - Authorities say excessive speed contributed to a crash that claimed the lives of two young women in southwestern Michigan.
South Haven police said in a news release Sunday the car being driven by 20-year-old Lydia McIntosh Aug. 29 on Interstate 196 was traveling more than 90 mph. The car struck a guard rail, killing McIntosh and 19-year-old passenger Raven Spencer.
Other passengers also were injured.
Police say toxicology tests found McIntosh was not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol.
The crash occurred on south I-196 in Van Buren County, 30 miles north of Benton Harbor.