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Woman dies of injuries from Renville County crash south of Danube

DANUBE - One of the persons injured in a two-vehicle accident June 21 in Renville County has died of her injuries. Madison Vagle, 22, of Redwood Falls, died Sunday, according to information that the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's office repor...

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DANUBE – One of the persons injured in a two-vehicle accident June 21 in Renville County has died of her injuries.

Madison Vagle, 22, of Redwood Falls, died Sunday, according to information that the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office reported to the Renville County Sheriff’s Office.

The cause of death is pending an autopsy by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Officer. 

Vagle had been airlifted from the accident scene to North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale by North Air Care with serious injuries.

The accident occurred at 3:24 p.m. Friday at the intersection of County Road 1 and County Road 4 about eight miles south of Danube.

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A 2004 International tractor truck and trailer, driven by Mark Wagner, 62, of Bird Island, and a 1996 Subaru Legacy, driven by Haley Winslow, 18, of Franklin, collided. Vagle was a passenger in the Legacy.

The International truck and trailer was traveling east on County Road 4 and failed to yield after stopping at the stop sign at the intersection of County Road 4 and County Road 1, according to information from the Renville County Sheriff’s Office. The Legacy was traveling north on County Road 1. 

Wagner was transported to RC Hospital in Olivia by the Olivia Ambulance Service with non-life-threatening injuries. Winslow was transported to Carris Health -Redwood Falls by Renville Ambulance and later flown to North Memorial Hospital by North Air Care. 

The Sheriff’s Office is investigating the accident. 

 

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