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Motor vehicle accidents

DASSEL -- A rural Darwin man was transported to Hutchinson Hospital Thursday after rolling his vehicle in Dassel. Nicholas James Langholz, 24, was taken by Hutchinson Ambulance after rolling his vehicle around 8 a.m. Thursday near the intersectio...

DASSEL -- A rural Darwin man was transported to Hutchinson Hospital Thursday after rolling his vehicle in Dassel.

Nicholas James Langholz, 24, was taken by Hutchinson Ambulance after rolling his vehicle around 8 a.m. Thursday near the intersection of County Road 18 and County Road 14.

According to the incident report from the Meeker County Sheriff's Office, Langholz was traveling southbound on County Road 14 when he lost control of his vehicle on the slippery road and rolled his vehicle into the ditch near County Road 18.

Langholz suffered non-life threatening injuries and was evaluated, according to the report.

LITCHFIELD -- Three Litchfield women were transported to Meeker County Memorial Hospital Thursday after their involvement in a two-vehicle accident on County Road 28.

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Rosa Lizbeth Perez, 22, and passenger Donna Kay Huisman, 47, were transported by Gold Cross Ambulance to the hospital around 8:15 a.m. Thursday after their Plymouth Voyager hit a Chevy Lumina that turned sideways into oncoming traffic. Michelle Kay Peterson, 16, was transported to the hospital by her parents.

According to the incident report, Peterson was driving her Lumina westbound on County Road 28 when she lost control of her vehicle and turned sideways into oncoming traffic. Perez's Voyager crashed into the Lumina near the 573rd Avenue intersection.

The Meeker County Sheriff's Office and Litchfield Fire and Rescue were dispatched to the scene.

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