GENEVA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - A man is in critical condition after crashing his motorcycle into a utility truck Saturday morning.
The crash happened at the intersection of County Road 388 and County Road 681 around 9:10 a.m.
The driver of the utility truck, 52-year-old Mark Anderson of Wayland, told Van Buren County sheriff's deputies he approached the intersection and stopped at the stop sign. Anderson said he checked for traffic, didn't see any, and proceeded through the intersection.
That is when a motorcycle, driven by 55-year-old Timothy Cowell of Grand Junction, crashed into him, police said. Cowell was thrown off his motorcycle as a result. He was wearing a helmet.
Cowell was alert and conscious when police arrived. He suffered head and leg injuries, and possible internal injuries. An ambulance transported him to South Haven Health System and then Air Care transported him to Bronson Methodist Hospital.
Anderson was not hurt.
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