Three Injured In Crash

Sheriff Donnellon

Sheriff Donnellon

Gratiot Road at Wadhams Road was closed for over two hours Wednesday morning following a two vehicle crash.  According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, the crash occurred shortly before 6:00 a.m., when a pickup truck travelling westbound on Gratiot Road ran a red light and struck a car heading southbound on Wadhams Road.  The driver and passenger in the car, both from St. Clair Township were transported by Tri-Hospital EMS to McLaren Port Huron Hospital.  The driver of the pickup truck, who did not have identification, was critically injured and also transported to McLaren Port Huron. Accident investigators from the Sheriff’s Office continue to investigate the crash.

 

 

 

Marysville Police and Kimball Township Fire and Rescue also assisted at the scene of the crash.

 

No further information is available at this time.

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Teen Health Center Celebrates 30 Years Of Service

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Teen Health Center Celebrates 30 Years Of Service

Teen Health Staff

Teen Health Staff

The St. Clair County Health Department’s Teen Health Center is celebrating 30 years of service providing medical care to adolescents and young adults, ages 10-21. The public is welcome to attend an Open House on Thursday, October 6 from1:00pm – 5:00pm at 2215 Court Street (on the campus of Port Huron High School). Meet the staff, tour the building, view artwork designed by area youth and enjoy light refreshments.  Teen Health Center services include medical care-preventive and sick visits; well-child physicals; immunizations; pregnancy testing; HIV testing; STI diagnosis and treatment; mental health counseling services; and educational programming. For more information about Teen Health Center services contact (810) 987-1311.

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The Snug Theatre Presents The Actress

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The Snug Theatre Presents The Actress

 

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Unelectable You

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Unelectable You

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Okay, Jack! Si-Renity Is A Fun Read!

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Okay, Jack! Si-Renity Is A Fun Read!

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