Records published Feb. 17, 2020


Two from Olivia uninjured in crash on Highway 212

BROWNTON — A 4-vehicle crash around 3:02 p.m. Friday at Highway 212 and Tagus Avenue South near Brownton resulted in injuries to one of the drivers.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol report, a 2006 International Tractor Semi, driven by Timothy Russell Johnson, 52, of Gilbert, Arizona, was headed westbound on Highway 212 when it went of the road and collided with an abandoned Toyota 4-Runner.

Then a 2016, Chevy Silverado headed west on 212, driven by Thomas Joseph Ingemann, 74, of Newport, and a 2014 Nissan Murano going east, driven by George Joseph Stadther, 75, of Olivia, collided.

Johnson had non-life threatening injuries and was taken to Hutchinson Area Hospital. Ingemann, Stadther, and Linda Catherine Stadther, 70, of Olivia, a passenger in the Murano, were not injured.

Road conditions were snowy and icy at the time of the crash. Everyone was wearing their seat belts.


Assisting the state patrol was the McLeod County Sheriff's Office, Brownton Fire Department and Hutchinson Ambulance.

Three injured in crash on Highway 15 in Hutchinson

HUTCHINSON —A 2-vehicle crash in Hutchinson Friday resulted in non-life threatening injuries for the two drivers and one passenger.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol report, at approximately 6:34 p.m. Friday, Brooke Sara Peterson, 25, of Mounds View, was driving a 2009 Ford Fusion southbound on Highway 15 at Freemont Street, with passenger Zachary Leland Peterson, 25, of Hector. At the same time a 2019 Ford Explorer, driven by Steve Robert Sickmann, 50, of Hutchinson, was headed east.

The patrol report said the two vehicles collided.

All three individuals were treated at Hutchinson Area Hospital. All three were wearing their seat belts.

Assisting at the scene was the Hutchinson Police Department.

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