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Records published Oct. 30, 2021

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One injured in crash at Highways 4 and 212 in Hector

HECTOR — One person was injured in a collision at Minnesota Highway 4 and U.S. Highway 212 in Hector Thursday evening.

A 2015 Honda Civic was traveling south on Highway 4, and a 2019 Peterbilt semi was traveling east on Highway 212 when the vehicles collided, according to a report from the Minnesota State Patrol.

The 17-year-old driver of the Civic, who was not identified in the report, was not injured. A passenger, Treisy Sucily Mcgowan, 17, of Edina, was transported to the Olivia Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The driver of the semi, Joshua Eric Anderson, 29, of Waconia, was uninjured.

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All the people in both vehicles were wearing their seat belts, according to the State Patrol report.

The Hector Police Department, Renville County Sheriff’s Office and Hector Ambulance assisted the State Patrol at the scene.

Property damage

WILLMAR — A car’s windshield was broken when someone threw beer bottles at it. The damage was reported Thursday afternoon in the 1200 block of Lake Avenue Northwest.

Found property

WILLMAR — A person reported finding six wallets in the 700 block of 19th Avenue Southeast Thursday afternoon. They were entered into evidence by the Willmar Police Department.

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