OTTAWA COUNTY, MI – A passenger who was arguing with a driver grabbed the steering wheel and brought about a rollover crash on I-96, sheriff’s deputies said.
The passenger, a 22-yr-outdated Muskegon girl, endured really serious accidents. The driver, a 24-year-previous Grand Rapids woman, was not hurt.
The crash happened all-around 10:10 p.m. Monday, July 12, on westbound I-96 in Ottawa County’s Wright Township.
The driver and passenger, in a Dodge Journey, have been arguing when the “passenger, for factors not identified, grabbed the steering wheel, which propelled the vehicle into the guardrail on the north facet of the roadway,” sheriff’s Sgt. Michael Hallmeyer claimed in a assertion.
The automobile rolled and came to a stop on the north aspect of the street.
The passenger endured major but non-existence-threatening injuries and was taken to Spectrum Health and fitness Butterworth Clinic. It appeared she was not sporting a seat belt, law enforcement explained.
The driver was belted.
Police stated that alcohol or prescription drugs do not surface to be things in the crash which remains under investigation.
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