GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Three individuals have been struck in three separate crashes in Grand Rapids Thursday morning, in response to the Grand Rapids Police Division.
The primary crash occurred round 6:forty a.m. on the intersection of Fulton Road and Garfield Avenue. Police stated the pedestrian bumped into the roadway earlier than being struck by a car. The pedestrian had non-life-threatening accidents.
The subsequent crash occurred a short while later round 7 a.m. on the intersection of Burton Road and Towner Avenue. A bicyclist, who’s in his 20s, was struck by a car. He was not critically harm.
The third crash occurred round 7:20 a.m. on the intersection of Bridge Road and Garfield Avenue. Police advised 24 Hour Information eight that a 15-yr-previous boy was hit by a Buick and acquired minor accidents.