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Two die in weekend crash

Two people were killed in this three-vehicle accident Sunday and several others injured. Post photo by J. Reed.

By Judy Reed

Police are investigating a crash that killed two people and injured several others in Courtland Township Sunday evening, June 26.
The accident occurred about 6:26 p.m. on M-57, just west of Shaner. According to the Michigan State Police, an eastbound Pontiac Montana hauling a flatbed trailer crossed over into the westbound lane and struck both an oncoming GMC pickup truck and a motorcycle.
The passenger in the Pontiac, Timothy Singer, 37, of Belmont, died at the scene. His father, Donald Singer, 71, driver of the Pontiac and also from Belmont, later died at the hospital.
The driver of the pickup, Shirley Vincent-Rose, 54, and her passenger Donald Rose, 51, both of Midland, and the driver of the motorcycle, Robert Passeno, 53, of Ada, all went to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Assisting at the scene was Courtland Fire and Rescue, Cedar Springs Fire and Rescue, Oakfield Fire and Rescue, The Michigan State Police, The Kent County Sheriff Department, Rockford Ambulance and Lowell Ambulance.

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4 Responses to “Two die in weekend crash”

  1. Praying for those involved in this crash, and for their families. I’m also praying for our emergency response personnel, as they are also affected by these horrific situations.

  2. Rory Bancroft says:

    How come some accidents they release the names right when the article comes out (they did it to my husband) and others we never learn who they were. What determines this?! I pray that the people having to live with this on their minds find peace one day! Its not easy…I know what they are all about to go through.

  3. Administrator says:

    I’m sorry you had to go through that. Usually they don’t release names right away because they want to make sure the whole family is notified first. Other times it might still be under investigation, and if charges are pending they don’t release the names. Sometimes it depends on the agency working the case how quickly they are released.

  4. Mindy Abbott says:

    I am praying for Timothy’s two daughters. Timothy was a widower and now these two girls don’t have either parents alive. I pray for them and their futures.




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