Crews extract person from 2-car crash in Wyoming

WYOMING, Mich. — Emergency crews had to use an extrication tool to free one person from a two-car crash Saturday morning.

The Kent County Sheriff’s Office said the incident happened along US 131 near 54th St just before 6 a.m.

It was unclear what caused the crash, but dispatchers said two cars were involved, including a commercial vehicle and a passenger car.

At least one person was extracted from the crash, but dispatchers were unaware of how badly they or anyone else was hurt.

Authorities rerouted traffic off of US 131 onto 54th St while they worked. That stretch of road was reopened a little more than an hour later.

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  • Anita

    In your story you report no one was injured 1st sentence. Then Dispatchers were unaware how badly they or anyone was hurt….Can you please get your story straight!!???

    • Jenna

      Journalism is dead in this day and age of politically motivated media. Just hire hot women for eye candy and nobody pays attention to what they are saying.

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