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Records published Nov. 22

This is the records summary for Nov. 22. Two injured in morning crash on Highway 12 MURDOCK -- A Murdock teen and her juvenile passenger were injured Monday morning in a rear-end crash on U.S. Highway 12. Alexis K. Ahl, 17, and Mercedes R. Ahl, 1...

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This is the records summary for Nov. 22.

Two injured in morning crash on Highway 12

MURDOCK - A Murdock teen and her juvenile passenger were injured Monday morning in a rear-end crash on U.S. Highway 12. Alexis K. Ahl, 17, and Mercedes R. Ahl, 11, were transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the State Patrol. The crash happened just after 8 a.m. on Highway 12 near Murdock. The Patrol says 29-year-old Jason Losing, of Atwater, had been driving a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado on Highway 12. At one point, he slowed his vehicle. Alexis Ahl, driving a 2009 Buick Lucerne behind Losing, rear-ended the Silverado. The Silverado was pushed into the right side ditch from the impact. Losing and his passenger, 21-year-old Dustin J. Wolff, were not injured. His vehicle sustained minor damage, and the Lucerne moderate damage. Road conditions were dry at the time of the crash.

Montevideo man uninjured after farm accident

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SACRED HEART - A Montevideo man escaped injury after being stuck on a harness in a well shaft Monday afternoon in rural Hawk Creek Township near Sacred Heart.

According to the Renville County Sheriff's Office, 52-year-old Marvin Ellingboe, of Montevideo, was working Monday afternoon on a farm on the 13000 block of 820th Avenue.

He had been working in a well shaft, hanging on a harness, when the harness became stuck on a pipe in the well shaft. He could not free himself.

Sacred Heart Rescue arrived to the farm, freed Ellingboe and lifted him out of the well shaft. He was treated and released on scene by Granite Falls Ambulance.

Renville County Sheriff's Office, Sacred Heart Fire, Rescue and Medical Response, and Granite Falls Ambulance also assisted at the scene.

The Renville County Sheriff's Office says it is continuing to investigate the accident.

Snow emergency tows

WILLMAR - At least nine cars were towed from the downtown business district early Monday during the city's first snow emergency of the season.

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The snow emergency started at 12:01 a.m. Monday and expired at 6 a.m. Tuesday. During a snow emergency, no vehicles may be parked on the streets, but city parking lots remain open.

The first vehicle was towed at 12:07 a.m. Monday, according to the initial police reports. Eight more tows were recorded by 2 a.m.

Theft

RAYMOND - A resident in the 400 block of Cofield Street South reported that someone had broken into a vehicle, gone through the contents and taken some gift cards.

Another resident reported that someone had broken into a vehicle and gone through the contents in the 100 block of Third Street South. There was no damage and nothing reported stolen in that incident.

Both incidents were reported around shortly after noon Sunday.

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