Bank crash

Both Ottawa County Sheriff's Office deputies and Grand Haven Department of Public Safety officers responded to this crash early in 2020 just south of the city limits. A Grand Haven man suffered non-life-threatening injuries when his car left U.S. 31 and struck the side of the Macatawa Bank branch south of Robbins Road.

Local police and fire organizations recently updated their mutual aid agreements, allowing each other to “get a lot more help if needed,” according to Grand Haven Department of Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke.

The Grand Haven City Council approved the agreements Jan. 19.

You may contact Becky Vargo at bvargo@grandhaventribune.com.

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