HOLLAND, MI — A three-vehicle pile-up sent dual people to circuitously hospitals in Holland Township.
Ottawa County sheriff’s deputies responded to a news of a pile-up around 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 4, on Riley Street nearby 107th Avenue.
Savuth Ok, 62, of Holland, was ecstatic to Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital in critical condition, while Jennifer Danckaert, 45, of Zeeland, is listed in satisfactory condition during Zeeland Hospital.
A rough review dynamic that Ok’s 2000 Toyota 4Runner was eastward on Riley Street when military pronounced a motorist mislaid control due to sleazy highway conditions and crossed a core line.
The vehicle struck Danckaert’s westbound 2018 Landrover head-on, that caused waste to strike a third car — a 2016 Honda Odyssey — driven by 54-year-old Khamphet Soukrasmy of Holland. Soukrasmy was not injured.
All 3 drivers were wearing their chair belts, military said. Alcohol is not believed to be a cause in a crash.
The occurrence stays underneath investigation. Responding units were a Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and Holland Fire and Rescue.