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Records published March 23, 2019

This is the records summary for March 23. Three injured in crash DASSEL -- Three people were injured in a three-vehicle, rear-end crash Thursday afternoon north of Dassel. The crash happened shortly before 2 p.m. on Minnesota Highway 24 in Kingst...

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This is the records summary for March 23.

Three injured in crash

DASSEL - Three people were injured in a three-vehicle, rear-end crash Thursday afternoon north of Dassel.

The crash happened shortly before 2 p.m. on Minnesota Highway 24 in Kingston Township, Meeker County.

The Minnesota State Patrol said a 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe was stopped on the road, waiting to turn into a driveway, and a 2015 Ford Cargo van was behind the Tahoe. A 2016 Freightliner semi was traveling north on the highway and rear-ended the Ford van which then struck the Tahoe.

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The driver of the Ford van and a passenger were both taken to St. Cloud Hospital with injuries. The driver was identified as Robert Christopher Koehler, 32, of Otsego, and the passenger as Nicholas Gregory Guenther, 40, of Big Lake.

The driver of the Tahoe, Jessica Lee Ling, 30, of Stewart, also was taken to St. Cloud Hospital. An infant passenger in her vehicle was uninjured.

The State Patrol identified the semi driver as Robert Joseph Reicherts, 61, of Cannon Falls. He was not injured.

All involved were wearing seat belts, and alcohol was not involved, the Patrol said.

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