(WHITE PIGEON TOWNSHIP) – A Centreville man was not injured after his vehicle struck several items.
Michigan State Police from the White Pigeon Post were called to a one vehicle accident on Crooked Creek Road near Saunders Shores Drive at 3:15 PM Tuesday.
Troopers say 24 year old Joseph Hammond was not able to negotiate a curve and went off the road. Hammond's vehicle went into some trees, struck a rock wall and boulders and just missed a house. He then struck some more trees, went across a driveway, drove down and over a large flowerbed lined with more rocks, struck a fence and then crashed into the side of a small storage barn.
Hammond was not injured in the accident. It's believed that speed and fatigue were possible factors in the crash. Troopers cited Hammond for careless driving and driving on a suspended driver's license.