Two-Vehicle Accident in Allegan Co.

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1470262_634905516587522_512676442_nMONTEREY TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Emergency crews Friday responded to a two-vehicle crash on 30th Street near 127th Avenue in Allegan County.

Two vehicles hit head-on near the Poplar Hill Cemetary.  Both drivers suffered non-life threatening injuries.

One was pinned into their vehicle, but was pulled out by emergency crews and conscious when taken to the hospital at approximately 4 p.m.

The other driver was also injured but was driving herself to the hospital, according to crews at the scene.

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  • nikkie

    That is not what happened at all my father in law is in the hospitals in icu with a broken hip back and ankle and toes and broken ribs…he has to have many surgery so fox 17 needs to get the info right before they put it on the news

  • david

    That is my dad that was driving the blue truck he is in icu a lot of broken bones it was not a head on crash the lady t-boned him and he rolled his the truck the cop told us about 6 times I have better pitchers then what is on here you can see he was hit from the side let me know if you would like the see them

  • brittany

    You guys need to get your shit straight your dad didnt roll his truck look at the police report yes my grandma did hit wasn’t t bone it was front driver side tires

  • April

    If she would have t-boned him he would have been the one in her way…..He would have had to be sliding sideways in her lane….. Think before u speak