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Police looking for car they say caused crash in Olive Township

Tribune Staff • Jul 23, 2018 at 8:59 PM

OLIVE TWP. — Police are looking for a white Chevrolet they say fled the scene after causing a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon in Olive Township.

The Chevrolet was southbound on 112th Avenue when it stopped at the intersection with Port Sheldon Street, then proceeded into the intersection where it struck a Hudsonville man’s vehicle, police said.

Karl Will, 62, of Hudsonville was driving west on Port Sheldon Street shortly before 5 p.m. when his car was struck, according to the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.

Two of the three passengers in his car suffered minor injuries in the crash. Police said Cynthia Will, 62, also of Hudsonville, and Rebecca Clymer, 59, of Ohio, were both transported by ambulance to Spectrum Health Zeeland Community Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Karl Will and a third passenger, 58-year-old Stephen Clymer of Ohio, were not injured.

Police said the Chevrolet continued south on 112th Avenue after the crash. It was described by witnesses as either a Malibu or Impala-type car. Its front bumper and right light assembly were left at the scene of the crash.

Police ask that anyone with information about the Chevrolet involved in the crash or its driver to call the Sheriff’s Office at 616-738-4000 or Ottawa County Silent Observer at 877-887-4536.

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