Employee OK following car or truck crashes into organization
COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. — A car or truck crashed into Kent Money Outlet in Comstock Park about two a.m. Friday— just a couple of feet away from exactly where an overnight employee was standing.
Matthew Gieseler, owner of the higher-finish collectibles organization, tells us that particular person is OK but extremely shaken.
Giesler headed to the retailer following receiving a notification from his safety program.
Matthew Gieseler, Owner of Kent Money Outlet
He reached out to FOX 17 to share particulars, saying gas and water have been spilling everywhere when he got there.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Workplace says deputies spotted the car just just before the crash operating devoid of taillights on.
Deputies say the car turned from Yorkland Drive NW into York Creek Apartments but did not cease and a pursuit started.
The sheriff’s workplace says the car continued by means of the apartment complicated and out to Lamoreaux Drive.
The car began to pull away from police and was out of sight when rounding a curve close to West River Drive. As the deputy approached the curve, they identified the car had crashed into Kent Money Outlet.
The driver, a 29-year-old Grand Rapids man was taken to the hospital in vital situation.
The sheriff’s workplace says speed, seatbelt use and drugs are becoming investigated as doable things in the crash.