Drivers suffer broken bones in 2-vehicle crash.

February 22, 2022

Drivers suffer broken bones in 2-vehicle crash.

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HART TOWNSHIP — The drivers of two vehicles involved in a crash on West Tyler Road near 96th Avenue Friday, Feb. 18, shortly after 4:30 p.m. suffered broken bones, said Oceana County Sheriff Craig Mast.

A 33-year-old Muskegon woman driving a 2014 Jeep Cherokee was passing two vehicles in a no passing zone, states the Oceana County Sheriff’s Office accident report. 

A 50-year-old South Boardman, Michigan man driving a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck that was hauling a utility trailer was turning into a private driveway and did not see the Jeep passing, states the report.

The Jeep hit the truck which caused the Jeep to go off the road and overturn. The truck “spun out, and the trailer came off rolling into the ditch.”

The Jeep driver suffered a broken hip, ankle and ribs, said Sheriff Mast. The pickup truck driver suffered a broken shoulder. They were both transported to area hospitals by Life EMS.

Passengers in the Jeep were an 8-year-old girl, an 11-year-old girl and a 31-year-old man — all from Muskegon. None were injured, according to the report.

A 50-year-old Buckley man was a passenger in the truck, and he also was not injured.

Both drivers and all passengers were properly restrained with seatbelts, the report states. 

Alcohol and drugs were not factors in the crash, according to the accident report.

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