ALPENA — A driver who failed to stop at a stop sign suffered serious injuries when another vehicle ran into him in a crash that sent him and a third driver to the hospital Monday evening.
Car pieces and other debris strewed the area around the intersection of M-32 and Herron Road in Wilson Township, where a 27-year-old Alpena man driving a Chevy Cobalt ran through a stop sign while northbound on Herron around 8:20 p.m., according to police.
A pickup driven by a 36-year-old Hillman man, headed east on M-32, crashed into the Cobalt’s driver side door, sending both vehicles off the road and into a nearby woods.
An SUV driven by a 64-year-old Alpena woman, attempting to pass the pickup at the time of the crash, became entangled with the other two vehicles, injuring the woman, police said.
Paramedics transported the woman and the driver of the Cobalt to the hospital.
Debris from the crash remained at the scene during the Tuesday morning commute, police said.