OLIVE TOWNSHIP, MICH. - Four people were injured after a three cars crash in Ottawa County, Tuesday evening.
According to Ottawa County Sheriff's Office, three cars collided just before 7:10 p.m. at 120th Avenue and Stanton Street, in Olive Township.
Deputies say a 30-year-old Zeeland man was driving a Ford pickup truck west on Stanton Street -- when he attempted to stop at the stop sign at 120th and Stanton, he discovered his brakes had gone out and he couldn't stop. The Zeeland man went through the intersection and hit a southbound Grand Prix, driven by a 40-year-old Grand Haven man.
The driver of the Grand Prix lost control of his vehicle, spun into the northbound lane and was hit my a Chevy Equinox, driven by a 46-year-old Grand Rapids man.
The passenger in the Grand Prix, a 37-year-old Grand Haven woman, was pinned inside. Olive Township Fire Rescue was called to extricate her, then she was flown from the crash by Aero Med.
The driver of the Grand Prix, the driver of the Chevy Equinox and that driver's passenger were all injured in the crash, but were reported in stable condition. There was a 14-year-old girl in the back seat of the Equinox, however she was not injured.
Ottawa County Sheriff's Office says it will continue to investigate the crash.
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