Glenwood man injured in rollover crash Sunday morning

Road conditions contributed to a rollover crash in which a Glenwood man was injured Sunday morning near the Hillcrest Truck Stop.

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NEW LONDON TOWNSHIP — A Glenwood man was injured Sunday morning in a rollover crash in New London Township near the Hillcrest Truck Stop west of New London.

Josue Wagner, 35, of Glenwood, suffered non-life-threatening injuries when the vehicle he was driving lost control due to road conditions, entered the ditch and rolled over, according to a report from Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Robbie Braness.

The 2000 Chevrolet Silverado had been traveling west on 165th Avenue and was found on its roof in the ditch just east of U.S. Highway 71.

Also responding to the scene at 10:41 a.m. Sunday were Lakes Area Rural Responders and New London Ambulance .

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