SPRING LAKE, Mich. (WOOD) - It was a strange sight on a usually quiet dock in Ottawa County Thursday morning.
"In 22 years you don't expect to get a call of a car sitting on top of a boat," said Sgt. Curt Theune of the Spring Lake-Ferrysburg Police Department.
For the second time in three years a woman has been involved in a crash involving her vehicle and a body of water.
Witnesses said Cari Draft's vehicle backed into some machinery in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn in the 900 block of W. Savidge Street in Spring Lake. She then drove forward and her vehicle went between some trees, airborne, over a nearby dock and landed on a boat in the water.
Witness Ed Gillies saw Draft sitting on the boat after the crash around 5:50 a.m.
"She looked at the car and she said, 'Boy, I really did it this time,'" said Gillies.
"She said she just started getting dizzy and next thing she knows she's sitting on the bow of a boat with her SUV there."
Gillies said Draft was on her way to teach a fitness class when she pulled over into the parking lot.
Police said alcohol was not involved. They believe a medical issue caused Draft to crash.
Draft, 47, was taken to North Ottawa Community Hospital for treatment to a small cut on her face.
In 2009 Draft was driving on Boom Road near 148th Avenue near her home in Ottawa County when she felt dizzy and pulled over but crashed into the Grand River.
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