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Two hurt in Cedar Springs crash

At least two people were hurt when these two cars collided at Main and Muskegon in Cedar Springs. Post photo by J. Reed.

At least two people were hurt when these two cars collided at Main and Muskegon in Cedar Springs. Post photo by J. Reed.

At least two people were injured in a crash shortly after 4:00 p.m. Friday afternoon in Cedar Springs.

According to Cedar Springs Police Sgt. Ed Good, a van traveling eastbound on Muskegon St. (17 Mile) turned north (left) on Main on a red light and collided with another vehicle. Both drivers were transported to the hospital. The severity of the injuries is not yet known. There was also a passenger in the eastbound vehicle but no info was available yet on that person’s condition.

Cedar Springs Fire and Rescue and Rockford Ambulance assisted at the scene.

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4 Responses to “Two hurt in Cedar Springs crash”

  1. Tatum says:

    That was a yellow light. Someone should ask her side of the story. She was already in the middle of the intersection.

  2. Tatum says:

    If one vehicle was going east and one was going west and they were both turning the same direction, and IF it was a red light, they BOTH would have turned on a red light…not just the van. Did ANYBODY else realize this?

  3. Eli Amishuga says:

    The police depatment budget is about $746,000. Let s take back some of that money and install cameras on this corner.

  4. meAgain says:

    I guess that is why they passed the law that if the light is yellow you are supposed to stop if it is safe. Yellow is not just a waring the light is gonna be red soon it is warning you to stop. They are both at fault.

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