HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — A Hudsonville woman critically injured in a Holland Township crash two weeks ago has died.
Alyvia Elling, 20, died from her injuries at a hospital Tuesday morning, according to a Thursday news release by the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department.
Police said Elling was driving westbound on Adams Street around 5 a.m. on April 14 when she ran a red light, traveling into the path of a pickup truck heading north on 96th Avenue.
The truck, driven by a 51-year-old Holland man, collided with Elling’s driver’s side door, causing her car to flip. Elling was flown to a Grand Rapids hospital where she later died.
The other driver was taken to a nearby hospital where his condition was listed as stable.
The crash closed a portion of 96th Avenue for about two hours.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office said alcohol did not play a role with the crash.