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Deer accidents in city

Cedar Springs Police Chief Roger Parent recently shared some car crash statistics for the year with the Cedar Springs City Council, and noted two accidents in the last month involving deer.
“Like all areas of Kent County, we are not immune from car/deer crashes,” he wrote.
Officer Chad Tucker responded to a crash with injuries involving a deer on November 13at 6 p.m. on W. Muskegon at 7th Street, and another car/deer crash on November 15 at 6:44 p.m. on E. Muskegon just east of Marie Street.
The Cedar Springs Police had responded to a total of 81 vehicle accidents as of early December, with 22 of them occurring in the 425 area with Solon Township.

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