ATV rider killed after crashing into car

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TYRONE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A person was killed Saturday after the ATV they were driving collided with a car.

The ATV rider was traveling west on 20 Mile Road NW just after 10:00 p.m. when they failed to stop their vehicle at a stop sign in the road.  The ATV went through the stop sign and struck a vehicle that was driving south on Red Pine Drive NW.

The driver of the ATV was killed in the crash.  Deputies say they believe alcohol was a factor in the incident.

The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating the crash.

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  • #asshole

    Wow how callous, they are investigating if alcohol was a factor, read much? This was my brothers best friend, a father to a baby and somebody’s husband, son and brother, DICK!

    • TheFoundingFathers

      Sorry for making you cry. If there is an investigation there is obviously a REASON for the investigation………

    • TheFoundingFathers

      Talk about “not being able to read” I am almost positive that it says DEPUTIES BELIEVE ALCOHOL IS A FACTOR………….. yep I’m positive, that is what it says……..

  • commonsense

    Stupidity caused this accident. As #azzhole who commented earlier said, this man was a father and husband so he should have been more responsible. Now his stupidity has widowed his wife and left his child without a father. Codolences to the family.

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