Driver transported for unrelated injuries after vehicle strikes residence in Morgan, Minnesota

A driver was transported to the hospital for injuries not related to an accident Monday in Morgan where the vehicle struck a house, according to Redwood County Sheriff's Office.

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MORGAN — A vehicle struck a house in the city of Morgan and its driver was transported to the hospital for injuries unrelated to the crash at 2:33 p.m. Monday, according to the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office.

Mark Alan Froemming, 54, of New Ulm, was driving a 2006 Dodge Charger southbound on Carlton Avenue in Morgan when his vehicle drove into a residence on the 300 block.  

The Redwood County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Morgan Ambulance, Morgan Fire Department and CentraCare Ambulance.

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