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Two people injured in Wright Twp. crash

The Holland Sentinel • Oct 8, 2018 at 8:34 PM

WRIGHT TWP. — Two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning east of Coopersville.

Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched at 6:14 a.m. to 40th Avenue and Arthur Street in Wright Township when they were advised that a man was lying on the ground with a decreased level of consciousness.

The investigation showed that Dennis Harrison, a 30-year-old Fremont resident, was driving south on 40th Avenue and stopped at the stop sign at the intersection with Arthur Street. Harrison then pulled into the intersection, where he was struck by a vehicle driven by Ashley Stillman, 32, of Marne. Stillman was traveling west on Arthur.

WOOD-TV reported that one of the vehicles involved in the crash was a school bus, though the Sheriff’s Office did not specify the type of vehicles involved in the incident.

Harrison told deputies that he was lost and did not see Stillman’s vehicle.

Harrison was transported to Hackley Hospital in Muskegon with rib and back pain. He was in stable condition Monday, said Sgt. Matt Wildfong of the Sheriff’s Office, and his injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.

Stillman also complained of pain, but elected to seek her own treatment, Wildfong said.

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