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Crash sends two to hospital

The driver of this vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign at 17 Mile and Myers Lake Avenue. Photo by J. Reed.

The driver of this vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign at 17 Mile and Myers Lake Avenue. Photo by J. Reed.

A man was in his basement of his home at the corner of 17 Mile and Myers Lake last Friday, February 6, when he heard a big boom shortly after 3:30 p.m. “I knew right away what it was,” he said.

He then ran outside and saw he was right—two vehicles had crashed at the intersection. He checked on the drivers and called 9-1-1.

According to Kent County Sheriff Deputy Ryan Coil, the driver of the Spectrum Health car was headed northbound on Myers Lake and didn’t stop at the sign. She proceeded through the intersection and hit an eastbound vehicle.

This vehicle was eastbound on 17 Mile at the time of the accident. Photo by J. Reed.

This vehicle was eastbound on 17 Mile at the time of the accident. Photo by J. Reed.

The passenger in the eastbound vehicle, an elderly woman, was a med 2, and was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The driver was not injured.

The driver of the northbound vehicle also went to the hospital to get checked out.

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