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A 13-year-old girl suffered a broken hand and a broken leg after she reportedly turned in front of an SUV near the intersection of Highway 32 and 5-Mile Road.
According to a press release from Caledonia police Lt. Gary Larsen, the girl and the SUV at 9:18 a.m. Monday were traveling north when the girl turned her bike in front of the SUV, causing the vehicle to strike her.
The girl was taken to Wheaton Franciscan St. Mary’s for treatment of a broken hand and a broken leg. The 30-year-old female driver of the SUV was arrested for operating after suspension causing great bodily harm and operating without insurance.