A Sacred Heart man was airlifted from the scene of a crash Saturday afternoon in southern Kandiyohi County. David Benson, 32, of Sacred Heart, was driving a Ford pickup north on County Road at 210th Avenue Southwest and lost control on the ice-covered road when he attempted to pass another vehicle, according to a report from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office.
Drivers and passengers from Saturday motor vehicle crashes have been identified by the Minnesota State Patrol. Two crashes in the area Saturday morning resulted in injuries, according to the Patrol. A two-vehicle crash at 9:16 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 23 and 70th Street Southeast in Stoneham Township, Chippewa County, resulted in injuries to one of the drivers.
Two motor vehicle crashes in the area Saturday morning resulted in injuries, according to reports from the Minnesota State Patrol. A two-vehicle crash at 9:16 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 23 and 70th Street Southeast in Stoneham Township, Chippewa County, resulted in injuries to one of the drivers.The names of the drivers had not been released Saturday afternoon.
WILLMAR — Registration for both PorkBridge and SowBridge distance education programs is now open. PorkBridge begins its 11th year and is aimed at those who own, manage or work in swine grow-finish facilities. SowBridge begins its 9th year and is for people involved in managing or caring for sows, and/or their litters, and boars, including operation owners, employees, technicians, managers, and technical service providers.
This is the records summary for Jan. 14. Suspicious vehicle NEW LONDON — A black SUV deemed suspicious by the caller was reported shortly before 3:30 p.m. Thursday at New London-Spicer High School. An individual reported to the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office that the SUV had driven around the school and someone had taken pictures. Deputies could not locate the suspicious vehicle. Animal welfare check
GRANITE FALLS — The Otto Bremer Trust awarded a $100,000 grant to Project Turnabout Centers for Addiction Recovery. The funds will support nonprofit business operations in serving people and families who seek treatment for drug, alcohol or gambling addiction. The grant allows Project Turnabout to update, improve and expand its health and financial information systems to meet current and future patient needs.
This is the records summary for Jan. 13. Man hit by own car in chain reaction crash
WILLMAR -- A pickup truck slammed into a Kandiyohi County squad car Thursday morning head-on as it was stopped at a crash scene, becoming the second of two crashes within minutes on the same stretch of Highway 71 south of Willmar. According to the State Patrol, the first crash happened just after 8 a.m., when a 2007 Dodge Caravan attempted to pass a 2003 Buick Rendezvous as both traveled south on Highway 71. The road was icy, and the Dodge lost control near 150th Avenue Southeast, sideswiping the buick and pushing it into the ditch.
WILLMAR -- In a chain reaction crash, a Kerkhoven man was hit by his own car Wednesday as he stood outside it on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 12. The State Patrol said Justin Lee Grothe, 32, had his 2004 Ford Ranger parked on the shoulder of Highway 12 as he stood outside it near 45th Street Northwest just outside of Willmar, clearing snow. Around 4 p.m., 25-year-old Ruth Anabel Anariba, of Willmar, was driving a 2004 Chrysler Sebring east on the highway. The roads were snow and ice-covered, and Anariba lost control of her vehicle.
This is the records summary for Jan. 12. Four injured in Atwater crash