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Man sustains potential paralyzing injuries in Berrien County crash

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A man is facing potential paralyzing injuries after a crash in Berrien County Monday.

Police were sent to the intersection of Carmody Road and County Line Road in Watervliet Township on reports of a two-car crash with injuries.

An investigation revealed a 2005 Ford van, driven by a 65-year-old Hartford man, was traveling southbound when he failed to stop at a stop sign.

The van then struck a semi tractor-trailer. The semi driver was not injured.

The driver of the Ford had to be extricated from his vehicle, and sustained potential paralyzing injuries. He was taken to a local hospital by ambulance, then was later flown to another hospital in Kalamazoo by helicopter for further treatment.

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