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1-Year-Old Boy Suffers Minor Injuries After Being Run Over By An ATV

ST. JOSEPH -  The Stearns County Sheriff’s Department says a one-year-old boy was run over by an ATV that was driven by his brother.

The incident happened at about 6:20 p.m. last (Saturday) night at 12820 270th Street in St. Joseph Township.

When deputies arrived on scene they were informed that a 1 year old child , Riley Kraemer, was run over by a 90cc Polaris Predator 4-wheeler operated by his brother, 4-year-old Trey Kraemer.

Riley Kraemer was take to St Cloud Hospital by Gold Cross Ambulance and was later released with minor injuries.

St Joe Fire and Rescue also assisted at the scene of the crash.

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