Injuries reported in crash with tractor near Lowry

Two people in their 70s from Alexandira were injured in a crash between an SUV and a John Deere Tractor early Saturday morning at Minnesota Highway 114 and 150th Street in Ben Wade Township of Pope County.

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LOWRY — Two from Alexandria were hurt in a vehicle crash involving a tractor early Saturday morning near Lowry.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol report, Jerome Leroy Renner, 75 and Constance Joanne Renner, 76, both of Alexandria suffered non-life threatening injuries and were transported to regional hospitals.

The crash occurred around 5:01 a.m. Saturday near the intersection of Minnesota Highway 114 and 150th Street in Ben Wade Township of Pope County. The crash report said that a 1994 John Deere 8970 tractor with implement, driven by Gerald Wayne Maus, 71, of Lowry, was traveling northbound on the highway. The 2016 Chevrolet Equinox, driven by Jerome Renner, was headed southbound. The two vehicles collided on the highway.

Maus was not injured. Jerome Renner was taken to St. Cloud Hospital while Constance Renner was taken to Glacial Ridge Hospital.

Assisting at the scene was the Lowry Fire Department, Lowry EMT, Glenwood Police Department, Glacial Ridge Ambulance, Linklike III, Pope County Sheriff's Office, the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the state patrol.

Shelby Lindrud is a reporter with the West Central Tribune of Willmar. Her focus areas are arts and entertainment, agriculture, features writing and the Kandiyohi County Board.

She can be reached via email or direct 320-214-4373.

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