Update, 11 p.m.: Channel 4 is reporting the names of three people involved in Friday's car accident in Dearborn Heights: Adnan Berisha, Markel Jackson Willis and Willis' cousin, Will.
The three young men were in the Honda that was hit by a pickup truck Friday afternoon at the intersection of Telegraph and Ford roads. Both cars flipped in the accident, which killed Berisha and Willis, as well as the driver of the truck.
According to Channel 4, Willis' cousin is still in critical condition.
The identities of those involved have not been confirmed by police.
The identity of the driver of the pickup truck has not been released.
The local television station reports that all three were 2012 graduates of Annapolis High School in Dearborn Heights and attended Asher Adult Education in Southgate.
Berisha was an accomplished wrestler for Annapolis, and wrestled in the state finals in 2012, according to the Dearborn Press and Guide.
Update, 4 p.m.: All roads have been reopened to traffic and all debris cleared.
Police are expected to issue more details on the accident soon.
Channel 4 reports that the driver of a pickup truck with no passengers was going west on Ford Road and ran the red light at Telegraph Road. The truck hit a Honda, which was going north on Telegraph with two passengers.
One of the people in the Honda was the only survivor, but is still reportedly in critical condition.
A major accident has shut town both north and south Telegraph Road north of Ford Road, as well as Ford Road west of Outer Drive.
According to Channel 4 news, the accident involved two cars. Channel 4 also reported that three people have died and another person has been taken to a local hospital. That person is in critical condition. Dearborn Heights police could not confirm the report, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The accident occurred just before 1 p.m. Dearborn and Dearborn Heights police and fire are on the scene, as well as Michigan State Police.
Drivers are advised to avoid the area until further notice.
Telegraph is shut down from Ford Road to Warren.
Stay with Dearborn Patch as this story develops.
NOTE: This story was updated at 3:40 p.m. Jan. 4 with additional information from Channel 4 and the Detroit Free Press.