The Berrien County Sheriff's office says two people were headed North on highway 129 from Nashville when they crashed into some trees limbs that fell into the middle of the roadway.
The driver, 16-year-old Brandon Rowe, was driving a Ford F-150, when he lost control, and went off the highway into a ditch.
Lt. Larry Tabor with the Berrien County Sheriff's office tells us someone was cutting down an oak tree when it fell into the middle of the road.
Rowe, and his father, Robert Rowe were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
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