Teen has license suspended after March crash | News
WEST OLIVE, Mich. (AP) -- A judge has suspended the driver's license of a Grand Haven girl involved in a crash that injured a group of friends heading to watch a high school basketball game at Michigan State University.
The 17-year-old appeared Thursday in an Ottawa County courtroom. She also was put on probation for at least six months and ordered to do community service.
She earlier pleaded no contest to committing a moving violation causing serious impairment of body function.
The driver was 16 at the time of the crash. The West Michigan girls were in a sport utility vehicle that crashed in March on Interstate 96 east of Grand Rapids near Lowell. They were traveling to East Lansing to see the Grand Haven High girls' basketball team, which later won the state championship.
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