One woman killed another person injured after two vehicle crash

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JAMESTOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich.- One woman died Sunday morning after a two vehicle accident in Ottawa County.

According to the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department, the crash happened at the intersection of 32nd Avenue and Riley Street in Jamestown Township around 1:20 a.m. Sunday morning. Deputies state that a vehicle driven by 42-year-old Renee Stanford, of Hudsonville was travelling eastbound on Riley Street when she failed to stop at the intersection. Her vehicle was then struck by another vehicle driven by 32-year-old Carl Albright, of Hudsonville.

His vehicle then rolled over and struck a building.

Ms. Stanford was ejected from her vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene. Ms. Stanford was not wearing her seat belt at the time of the crash.

Mr. Albright was taken to Spectrum Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids with non-life threatening injuries. He was wearing his seat belt.

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating this crash.

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  • dee

    I’ve never seen so many people in the state of Michigan that DON’T wear their seatbelts. In Illinois, you can’t get away with that.

  • David

    No one can or should presume to possess the power to demand that you protect your own life in the manner they decide. While wearing a seatbelt Is a good idea, so is wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle. The government has no business demanding either and extorting money from you if you don’t.

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