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Records published March 22

This is the records summary for March 22. Man, dogs get out safely after vehicle submergesGREEN LAKE TOWNSHIP -- A man was left unscathed Monday after his vehicle submerged in Bass Lake, 20 feet from shore, while he was still in the driver's seat...

This is the records summary for March 22.

Man, dogs get out safely after vehicle submerges
GREEN LAKE TOWNSHIP - A man was left unscathed Monday after his vehicle submerged in Bass Lake, 20 feet from shore, while he was still in the driver’s seat.
The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene around 11:30 a.m. Monday near the public access off 82nd Avenue Northeast.
The driver had reportedly lost control of his vehicle on the boat access and went into the lake, submerging the Chevy Trailblazer up to its windows.
According to a news release, the first arriving deputy took a boat to the vehicle, which the man was unable to exit. The deputy assisted the driver and his two dogs and brought them to shore. The Sheriff’s Office was assisted on the scene by Kandiyohi County Rescue, Atwater Ambulance, the Spicer Fire Department and First Responders, Willmar Ambulance and the New London Fire Department.

Meeker County investigates baby death
DASSEL TOWNSHIP - The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office says it is investigating the March 19 death of a 7-month-old baby.
According to a news release, Meeker County deputies, Dassel Rescue and Gold Cross Ambulance responded to the 74600 block of 250th Street after the baby’s parents notified emergency services the 7-month-old was unresponsive.
The Sheriff’s Office says there is no indication the death is suspicious, but that as of Monday there is no known cause of death.

The baby is identified Blake Bohnsack.
An online obituary says a funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cokato.

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