Four men were injured Saturday night when the Jeep they were traveling in rolled over.
According to the Kent County Sheriff Department, the accident occurred on Saturday, August 11, at 12:06 a.m., on Northland Drive and 13 Mile, in Algoma Township.
According to a witness, the 1991 Jeep was traveling south on Northland Drive, when it veered off the road for no apparent reason. The witness reported that it crossed the centerline and ran off the roadway into a business lot, struck a large rock, rolled over several times, then struck the business sign.
The three passengers were not seat belted and were ejected from the vehicle.
The driver, Darrin Martin-Spencer Crowder, 22, of Mecosta, suffered a head injury; passenger Corey John Lynch, 22, of Cincinnati, Ohio, suffered a fractured pelvis; John Michael Lynch, 18, also of Cincinnati, suffered pelvic, knee and elbow injuries; and Jack Henry Johnson, 17, of Remus, suffered a possible fracture to his left foot.
The crash remains under investigation.
Assisting at the scene was Algoma Fire and Rescue, the Rockford Police Department, and Rockford Ambulance.