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Man flown to hospital for treatment after crashing vehicle into sign, tree

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Courtesy: Isabella County Sheriff's Department Courtesy: Isabella County Sheriff's Department

Alcohol and speed are believed to be a factor in an accident that left one man injured.

Robert Dean, 32, of Mt. Pleasant, was driving a 1997 Jeep Cherokee west on Blanchard Road when he lost control of the vehicle while entering the curves just west of Guy Road in Isabella County’s Rolland Township, police said.

The vehicle went off the road on the right shoulder and began to slide sideways across the other side of the road. The vehicle then his a curve sign and a tree, police said.

Dean was pinned inside the vehicle and had to be extricated.

He was flown to Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids for his injuries. His condition is unknown.

Police believe alcohol and speed are factors in the crash.

The accident remains under investigation by the Isabella County Sheriff’s Department.

The sheriff’s department was assisted by the Michigan State Police, Milbrook-Rolland Fire Department, Fremont Township Fire Department, Mobile Medical Response, Aero Med and Central Dispatch.

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