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One hurt Sunday in accident east of Renville, Minnesota

A 23-year-old driver was treated for non-life-threatening injuries at the Olivia Hospital following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of U.S. Highway 212 and Renville County Road 21 on Sunday evening east of Renville, Minnesota.

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RENVILLE — A driver was treated for non-life-threatening injuries following a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. Highway 212 and Renville County Road 21 in Emmet Township of Renville County at 7:09 p.m. Sunday.

Jose Mario Amaya Losa, 23, of Olivia, was treated at the Olivia Hospital for the injuries.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2004 Honda CRV driven by Hunter Ray Goebel, 23, of Marshall, was westbound on U.S. Highway 212. A 2000 Honda Civic driven by Losa was southbound on County Road 21. Both vehicles collided in the intersection east of Renville.

No injuries were reported for Goebel. Both drivers were wearing seat belts and alcohol was not a factor, according to the accident report. The pavement was wet at the time.

Police, fire and ambulance units from the city of Renville responded and the Renville County Sheriff’s Office and Olivia Ambulance.

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