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Women injured in crash

Two women were sent to the hospital Saturday after the car they were riding in left the roadway and struck a tree. 

According to the Kent County Sheriff Department, the crash occurred on 10 Mile Rd, east of N. Division Ave., at about noon on Saturday, December 30. 

Police reported that Kathleen Busalacchi, 55, of Cannon Township, was driving her silver 2005 Nissan Xterra westbound on 10 Mile Rd when she lost control of her vehicle. It then left the roadway and struck a tree. 

Busalacchi suffered a possible broken ankle. The front seat passenger, Geraldine Kurzynski, 77, of Cannon Township, suffered serious injuries. They were both transported by Rockford Ambulance to Butterworth Hospital. 

Both parties were wearing seatbelts. Alcohol was not a factor.

Algoma Fire and Sparta Fire also assisted at the scene.

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2 Responses to “Women injured in crash”

  1. Marc Guiles says:

    Im actually the man that was im the crash, I was not driving and the vehicle landed on my head not my legs

  2. cspoststaff says:

    Hi Marc – the story you commented on is a different story – this one is regarding two women in a crash. However, I found the crash you are talking about, and you saw the original story we did before the police gave us exact details. We had to rely on others at the scene. We did do an update later that stated you were a passenger and your head was pinned underneath, but due to a technical glitch, it didn’t make it into the paper. So I am glad you commented on this, and I’ll make sure the updated story gets posted. Hope you are doing ok!




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