Injuries minor in rollover crash at Robbins and Ferry

Becky Vargo • Apr 23, 2019 at 12:14 PM

Three people suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle rollover crash Tuesday morning on the southeast side of Grand Haven.

Emergency crews responded to the intersection of Robbins Road and Ferry Street at 6:10 a.m.

A vehicle driven by a 23-year-old Muskegon woman failed to stop for a flashing red light while traveling north through the intersection, according to Sgt. Lee Adams of the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety. Her vehicle struck an eastbound van driven by a 27-year-old Grand Haven man, causing the van to roll over.

The man was able to get out of the van on his own, Adams said. The man had minor injuries and refused treatment at the scene.

The woman had non-life-threatening injuries (lacerations and back pain) and was transported by ambulance to North Ottawa Community Hospital.

Two young children in the Muskegon woman’s car were also treated at the scene. One of them was taken by private vehicle to the hospital for evaluation, due primarily to her age.

All of the occupants in both vehicles were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash, Adams said. The woman was ticketed for disregarding a traffic signal.

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