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Update: Vehicle crashes into Willmar Municipal Utilities building

Updated: 7:12 p.m. Officers with the Willmar Police Department responded to the scene of a crash Monday at the Willmar Municipal Utilities building on Litchfield Avenue Southwest. No ambulance was called for the crash, which happened just before 5 p.

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An officer stands near a minivan Monday after it appeared to crash into the side of the Willmar Municipal Utilities Building on Litchfield Avenue Southwest. The photo is facing east. (Shelby Lindrud / Tribune)

Updated: 7:12 p.m.

Officers with the Willmar Police Department responded to the scene of a crash Monday at the Willmar Municipal Utilities building on Litchfield Avenue Southwest.

No ambulance was called for the crash, which happened just before 5 p.m. That indicates there were no injuries, Willmar Police Sgt. Chad Oakleaf said Monday evening.

"It looks like it was just strictly a property damage accident," Oakleaf said.

He said only one vehicle was listed on the incident report.

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