Superior Township firefighters use Jaws of Life to remove man from vehicle after crash
Superior Township firefighters had to use the Jaws of Life to remove a man from his car after a sports utility vehicle hit his vehicle on Ford Road on Friday.
Firefighters were sent at 12:38 p.m. Friday to M-153 and Plymouth Road after receiving a report of a T-bone accident, according to firefighters. The SUV had hit the victim's car on the door and caused the man to be stuck in the car, firefighters said.
The man who was in the car was seriously injured, and he was transported to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital by the Huron Valley Ambulance, firefighters said. The driver of the SUV refused medical treatment, firefighters said.
The investigation into how the accident occurred was still ongoing as of Friday afternoon, but firefighters said they believed one of the vehicles went through a red light at the intersection.
The ages and hometowns of the men who were involved in the crash were not immediately available Friday afternoon.
Check back to AnnArbor.com for more details on this accident as they become available.