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State police ID 2 who died in multi-vehicle crash on M-53

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BRUCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Two people killed in a Macomb County traffic crash have been identified.

Michigan State Police said Friday the victims are 76-year-old Dick Allen Versendaal of Byron Center and 57-year-old Wendy Ann Knight-Goboly of Leonard.

A 3-year-old boy from Dryden was seriously hurt in the wreck around 3:25 p.m. on Thursday in Bruce Township. Both victims who died were driving vehicles that collided on M-53 near Romeo, about 30 miles north of Detroit.

A third vehicle also was involved in the crash, which state police say happened when one of the vehicles was driving the wrong way.

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