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Princeton woman injured in Thursday morning crash in Starbuck

Kimberly Rae Amy, 41, of Starbuck suffered non-life threatening injuries after a 2017 Ford Escape she was a passenger in was hit by another vehicle at the intersection of Highway 114 and Highway 28.

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STARBUCK — A Princeton woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday morning on a wet road in Pope County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

According to the State Patrol, Kimberly Rae Amy, 41, of Starbuck, suffered non-life threatening injuries after a 2017 Ford Escape in which she was a passenger was hit by another vehicle at the intersection of Highway 114 and Highway 28. She was transported to Glacial Ridge Hospital in Glenwood.

The driver of the Ford Escape, Brandon John Amy, 42, of Princeton, does not have any injuries listed on the crash report.

According to the crash report, Bernard Robert Freske, 85, of Starbuck, was traveling northbound on Highway 114 in a 2013 Ford Taurus when it went through the intersection at Highway 28, striking the Ford Escape.

Freske’s airbag did not deploy but he does not have any injuries listed on the crash report. The airbags in the Ford Escape did deploy.

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All drivers were wearing their seat belts and alcohol is not involved, according to the crash report.

The Pope County Sheriff's Office, Starbuck Police Department, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Glacial Ridge Ambulance also responded.

Mark Wasson has been a public safety reporter with Post Bulletin since May 2022. Previously, he worked as a general assignment reporter in the southwest metro and as a public safety reporter in Willmar, Minn. Readers can reach Mark at mwasson@postbulletin.com.
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