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UPDATE: One injured in New London, Minnesota, crash at Highway 23 and 9

Dunia Awale, 36, of Willmar was injured in a two-vehicle crash reported at 8:34 a.m. Tuesday on Minnesota Highway 23 and Minnesota Highway 9 in New London. According to a news release from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office, a vehicle driven by Robert Loso, 70, of St. Joseph, had failed to yield to traffic when attempting to cross the highway.

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NEW LONDON — A 36-year-old Willmar woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning on the edge of New London.

Dunia Mohamed Awale was traveling south on Minnesota Highway 23 in a Chevrolet SUV when a Toyota Prius driven by 70-year-old Robert Loso, of St. Joseph, attempted to cross the highway and struck the SUV, according to a news release from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office,

Awale was transported to CentraCare — Rice Memorial hospital in Willmar, according to the release.

According to a Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office incident report, Loso had no apparent injuries. His passenger, Tania Jolene Sletta, 41, also had no apparent injuries.

All involved were wearing their seat belts. Alcohol was not believed to be a factor.

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According to the incident report, Loso was issued a citation for failing to yield.

The New London Ambulance and CentraCare Emergency Medical Services assisted the Sheriff’s Office at the crash reported at 8:34 a.m. Tuesday.

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