CAMDEN, MI — The Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a crash that sent five children to the hospital early Tuesday morning.
According to the Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Department, the youngsters were all passengers in a 2004 Cadillac Escalade. Reports indicate the driver, identified as 25-year-old Bradley James Lemley of Camden, was traveling eastbound on Montgomery Road when he rear-ended a stopped trash truck near Camden-Frontier Schools.
Lemley and all five juveniles were transported to Hillsdale Hospital from the crash scene.
The driver of the trash truck was uninjured in the crash. The trash truck was reportedly part of a fleet with Republic Waste Services.
The accident shut down part of Montgomery Road between Gilbert Road and M-49 for several hours.
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