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One hurt in accident

N-Accident-Main-Street1-webN-Accident-Main-Street2-webA 17-year-old driver had to be extricated from her car Saturday evening, August 16, after she pulled out in front of another car at Main and Cedar Streets.

According to Cedar Springs Police Officer Mandy Stahl, a white Caprice was headed south on Main Street when the 17-year-old attempted to turn left off Cedar Street and was broadsided by the Caprice about 7 p.m.

The 17-year-old was pinned in her car, and Cedar Springs Fire had to extricate her. She was sent to the hospital via Rockford Ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries.

The 18-year-old female driver of the Caprice was not injured.

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

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One Response to “One hurt in accident”

  1. Chris Allan says:

    I was sitting in a local food joint the other day after this had happened, and over heard an elderly lady telling one of the firemen that it was nice to see everyone working together and no one had to tell them what to do, since the very young girl was trapped in the car and they had to cut the door off to get her out. Thought it was really nice to hear someone say these men and woman do an awesome job on the Fire Dept. They get paid peanuts put their lives on hold and drop everything at the sound of that little black box they carry around with them. I think this is one of the best depts in northern Kent County. SO when you all see one of these men or woman please show them how much all our lives will/have depended on these fine folks from the Cedar Springs Fire Dept




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