COURTLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Aero Med was called after four people were seriously hurt in a two-car crash southeast of Cedar Springs Sunday.
It happened around 3:40 p.m. after a driver failed to obey a stop sign at the intersection of 15 Mile Road and Myers Lake Avenue in Courtland Township, authorities on the scene told 24 Hour News 8.
A westbound Pontiac Grand Prix collided with a southbound Dodge Caravan, according to a Kent County Sheriff’s Department release.
The driver of the sedan, 29-year-old Adam Brace of Cedar Springs, was taken to a Grand Rapids hospital via ambulance with serious injuries.
The driver of the minivan, 53-year-old Alan Kenyon of Lowell, and his 10-year-old daughter Abigail were also taken to Grand Rapids hospitals via ambulance with serious injuries.
Kenyon’s wife Christine Kenyon, 46, was airlifted to a Grand Rapids hospital. Her injuries were also considered serious.
No one sustained injuries considered life-threatening, the sheriff’s department said.
Two Aero Med helicopters were called to the scene, though only one transported a patient.
Sunday afternoon, authorities were still working to determine which driver was at fault.
Alcohol was not a factor, the sheriff’s department said.