1 of 5 girls in crash released from hospital

Girls were driving to a basketball game

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LOWELL, Mich. - One of five girls involved in a major crash while driving to a basketball game has been released from a hospital in Grand Rapids.

The principal of Grand Haven High School says in an email to parents that others are "stable," but that's not considered their medical condition. At least one, and maybe more, was in critical condition Saturday at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. The hospital says it can't release information about three other girls.

The five teens were riding Friday in an SUV when it crashed on the westbound side of Interstate 96 near Lowell.

They were traveling to East Lansing to see the Grand Haven girls basketball team. Scott Cole says that the Honda was "flying" down the interstate.

Grand Haven won the state championship on Saturday.

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