GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — Authorities say a head-on crash involving a wrong-way driver in western Michigan has left two people dead.

The crash happened late Monday along northbound U.S. highway 131 in Grand Rapids. State police say a vehicle driven by a woman was heading southbound in the northbound lanes when it collided with a vehicle driven by a man that was going the correct direction on the highway.

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State police say both drivers were pronounced dead. Names weren’t immediately released. No one else was in the vehicles and no other vehicles were involved.

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The highway was closed for several hours following the crash, but reopened early Tuesday. The crash is under investigation.

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