A rollover crash occurred when a 24 year old Grand Haven man cut in front of oncoming traffic near Leonard Street in Crockery Township on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021.
Police reports indicate the accident was caused when the driver, who was stuck in a lane of slow moving vehicles caused by an earlier unrelated property damage accident, abruptly pulled into another lane of oncoming fast moving traffic, striking a Chevy Silverado driven by a 38 year old Muskegon man, before losing control of the vehicle as it left the roadway and went into a roll.
The 24 year old driver suffered moderate injuries in the accident, and was taken by ambulance to North Ottawa Hospital. His passenger, a 22 year old Muskegon woman, and the driver of the Silverado were both uninjured.
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