UPDATE: Driver identified in M-100 crash

UPDATE 10:44 a.m. – The Eaton County Sheriff’s Office has released the identity of the driver injured in a one-car crash this morning on Hartel Road.

30-year-old Ian Cain of Charlotte is in critical condition in a local hospital.

Investigators say Cain was alone in his vehicle when he lost control, left the road and the vehicle rolled.

UPDATE 8:35 a.m. – One person is in a local hospital after being injured in a one car accident in Eaton County early this morning.

According to an Eaton County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson the crash happened about 3:15 a.m. on Hartel Road south of Davis Highway.

6 News is told the driver was traveling south on Hartel Road and was alone in the vehicle when it left the road at a high rate of speed and appeared to rollover.

The driver is in serious condition in a local hospital.

UPDATE 6:55 a.m. – Traffic is moving again on Hartel Road (M-100) after an accident forced the road to be closed overnight. Deputies re-opened the stretch of road between Davis Highway and Doane Highway moments ago after completing their investigation.

This story continues to develop and we’ll have updates online and on 6 News.

EATON CO., Mich (WLNS) – The Eaton County Sheriff’s Office is asking drivers to avoid Hartel Road (M-100) between Davis Highway and Doane Highway due to a serious accident.

The road is shutdown in both directions while accident investigators work on the scene.

There are reports of injuries but the Sheriff’s Office is not confirming those reports.

6 News has crews on the scene and will have updates online and on 6 News.

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