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One injured at Ripley, U.S.-23 head-on crash

News Photo by Julie Riddle A traffic signal, knocked down during a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of South Ripley Boulevard and U.S. 23-South in Alpena Township, lies in a parking lot on Monday morning.
News Photo by Julie Riddle A dog sits near a driver of a minivan involved in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning at the intersection of South Ripley Boulevard and U.S. 23-South in Alpena Township. The dog, which was riding in the minivan, was not injured, but the driver was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.
News Photo by Julie Riddle Police inspect the crushed front end of a minivan involved in a Monday morning crash at the intersection of South Ripley Boulevard and U.S. 23-South in Alpena Township.
News Photo by Julie Riddle Police and firefighters respond to a two-vehicle, head-on collision at the intersection of U.S.-23 South and South Ripley Boulevard in Alpena Township Monday morning.

ALPENA — Police and firefighters responded to a two-vehicle, head-on collision at the intersection of U.S.-23 South and South Ripley Boulevard in Alpena Township Monday morning. The driver of a black minivan was transported to MidMichigan Medical Center-Alpena with unknown injuries after attempting to turn left onto Ripley and crashing into a silver Jeep headed south on U.S.-23 South, according to police, who had not yet determined which driver was at fault. The airbags of both vehicles deployed. Neither the driver of the other vehicle nor a dog riding in the minivan were injured in the crash, police said.

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