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Wells Pumps Water Conditioning 47 49 Wednesday accident didn't stop mail delivery Kimball postal carrier Jason Cleveland was out delivering mail on what was an otherwise decent winter morning. At the corner of 350th Street and 732nd Avenue, south of Kimball, his pickup truck was struck by a car being driven by 18-year-old Zach Hedlund. Hed- lund and his passenger, younger brother Jesse, were on their way to school at the time of the colli- sion, at around 11:25 a.m. Wednes- day, Dec. 10. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. Cleveland returned to the Post Office in Kim- ball to re-sort the mail, and Post- master Scott Lindemann com- pleted Cleveland's route. Local accidents Besides the above accident, there were several other notable towed because of the extensive accidents in the area. damage. When asked what hap- One-vehicle accident pened, Ashley said she must have Just before 9:30 Monday morn- been driving too fast and when ing, Dec. 8, Meeker County Sher- she realized she was going into iff's Office was called to a single- the ditch, it was too late to do any- vehicle accident on County State thing to correct the movement of Aid Highway 27 and MN Highway her car. 15 south of Kimball. The driver, Pick-up lands in river 73-year-old Leroy Boline of Wet- Saturday, Dec. 13, at 11:45 p.m. kins, had hit black ice and lost con- the Meeker County Sheriff's Office trol of his vehicle. No injuries were got a call to County State Aid High- reported, way 2 and 315th Street near Litch- Single-car rollover field. A Ford F150 pick-up truck Saturday, Dec. 13, Stearns driven by 20-year-old Joshua Cru- County Deputies were called to a sue of Litchfield had gone off an one-carrollovernearl9670County embankment near the Forest City Road 141. They found a red Pontiac Bridge. It landed upside-down in Grand Prix laying on its roof in a the river. When authorities arrived field about 50 feet from the road. (including Gold Cross Ambulance, Ashley rose Schoenecker, 19, of and Litchfield Fire and Rescue), Watkins, was the driver of the car. Crusoe was standing along the She was still pinned inside but did shoreline. His passenger, 18-year- not have any injuries other than a old Thomas Garding, had walked cut on her hand. She was able to get to a nearby home. One person was out of the car and shewas assessed transported to Meeker Memorial by Gold Cross services and treated Hospital with non-life-threaten- at the scene. The car had to be ing injuries. Tractor rollover fatality Sunday evening, Dec. 14, Anthony Janke was clearing snow from his drivewaywith his Interna- tional Model 656 farm tractor. The tractor became stuck in the ditch and a neighbor arrived to help pull the tractor out with another vehi- cle. At this time, attempting to free the tractor from the ditch, a wheel broke off of the tractor, causing it to roll over further into the ditch, trapping lanke under the trac- tor. Janke's neighbors and mem- bers of the Freeport Fire and Res- cue Department freed Janke from beneath the tractor. He was trans- ported to the Melrose Hospital by Melrose Ambulance where he was later pronounced dead. Use caution when driving on winter roads, especially during the Holiday season, Buckle up. Don't drive impaired. ME HOME CARE SERVICES IN YOUR HOME Providing essential services for your loved ones at an affordable price. 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