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Deputy is helping get 3 males out of rolled car earlier than it catches hearth

Ottawa County sheriff file

An Ottawa County sheriff’s deputy helped 3 males get out of a crashed car earlier than it stuck hearth on Friday, July 22 in Robinson Township

OTTAWA COUNTY, MI — An Ottawa County sheriff’s deputy helped 3 males get away a crashed min-van earlier than the car stuck hearth, police stated.

The boys had been in a Honda Odyssey mini-van that rolled over in a ditch off one hundred and twentieth Road close to Winans Side road about 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 22.

A deputy got here around the crash and was once in a position to briefly lend a hand the lads out of the critically broken car earlier than it stuck hearth.

Robinson Township firefighters put out the fireplace.

A 33-year-old passenger, of West Olive, was once handled on the scene for a minor harm. The driving force and some other passenger weren’t injured.

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