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Two people were injured in a crash on MLK Jr. Blvd., south of Jolly Rd., on Monday, June 19, 2017.(Photo: Ken Palmer/Lansing State Journal)Buy Photo

LANSING – A section of South Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is closed while police investigate a crash that sent two people to the hospital.

The crash involving asedan and a full-size pickup truckhappened about 5:25 p.m. on MLK, near Ferley Street.

The northboundand southbound lanes of MLK areclosed between Jolly Road and Northrup Street.

One man was taken to a local hospital in good condition, Lansing police Sgt. Jason Spoelma said. Another man also was hospitalized, but his condition was unknown,he said.

Both vehicles sustained heavy front-end damage, indicating they collided head-on.

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The road could be closed for some time while an accident reconstruction team completes its work, police said.

Contact Ken Palmer at (517) 377-1032 or kpalmer@lsj.com. Follow him on Twitter @KBPalm_lsj.

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