Medical condition caused Walhalla crash.

May 26, 2016

walhalla_pi_05-26-16_aBRANCH TOWNSHIP — The 65-year-old Irons man injured in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday, May 25, at 2:45 p.m. on US 10 east of Wever Road suffered a medical condition, which resulted in him driving off the road and into several trees, according to Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole.

The man, who was the lone occupant of the car, was extricated by the “Jaws of Life” and flown by AeroMed to Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids with serious injuries. Related story here

servpro_springstead_022616Other police activity Wednesday includes:

–    8 a.m., (Michigan State Police, Hart post), littering, Amber and Conrad roads, Amber Township.

–    4:20 p.m., (MSP), malicious destruction of a vehicle, 4000 block of Landen Road, Sheridan Township.

–    9:30 p.m., (Mason County Sheriff’s Office) car/deer crash, no injuries, Reek and Millerton roads, Sherman Township.

–    10 p.m., (MSP), a 32-year-old Detroit man was arrested for driving while license suspended (DWLS), US 10 and Nelson Road, Pere Marquette Township.

–    10:20 p.m., (MCSO), car/deer crash, no injuries, Campbell and Washington roads, Logan Township.

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