Records published Nov. 12, 2021

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WILLMAR — A two-vehicle crash was reported Thursday morning near the intersection of Sixth Street and 11th Avenue Southeast.

According to the report, a driver failed to yield the right of way while entering into an uncontrolled intersection and collided with another vehicle.

A passenger in one of the vehicles complained of head and stomach pain but declined an ambulance.

WILLMAR — A two-vehicle collision was reported Wednesday night near the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Fourth Street Southwest.

No injuries are listed in the report.


WILLMAR — A black Chevrolet Silverado hit a street sign Thursday afternoon near the intersection of Litchfield Avenue and Second Street Southwest.

Two drivers injured Wednesday when one vehicle strikes another, then a house in southwest Willmar

A 24-year-old Willmar woman was injured Wednesday afternoon after her vehicle crashed into a Willmar home, according to a news release from the Willmar Police Department.

Read more about the story here.

Three killed, two injured in South Dakota shooting

A Scotland, South Dakota, man accused of killing three and seriously injuring two others — including a 5-year-old child — at his ex-girlfriend’s home Tuesday evening, Nov. 9, has kept quiet, authorities say, leaving investigators to piece together what happened.

Read more about the story here.

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