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UPDATE: 15-Year Old Dies in Deadly Car Crash in Sauk Rapids

The Benton County Sheriff's Department now says a 15-year-old boy involved in a car crash near Sauk Rapids-Rice High School on Monday afternoon has died. A 15-year-old boy, Yasin Hussein of Hopkins, was taken to St. Cloud Hospital. He died today (Tuesday) from his injuries.

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3 People Killed In Dodge County Crash, 1 Injured

The State Patrol says wet pavement was a factor in a head-on crash in southern Minnesota that killed two drivers and a young boy and injured the child's mother.

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Woman Hurt In Roll Over

A 21-year-old woman from Burtrum was taken to the St. Cloud Hospital after a roll over at about 4:22 p.m. Monday afternoon.

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Zimmerman Man Dies After Monday Crash

A Zimmerman man has now died after being critically hurt in a car crash Monday.

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St. Joe Crash Sends Man to Hospital

A Big Lake man was taken to the hospital after a car crash Saturday afternoon. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says it happened at about 12:45 p.m. along County Road 75 in St. Joseph.

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Weekend Crash Sends Three to Hospital, One Critically Hurt

Three people were hurt in a two vehicle crash near Foley Sunday morning. Benton County Sheriff Brad Bennett says 71-year-old Geraldine Cohen of Burnsville was headed south on County Road 66 when she came to a stop. Cohen then allegedly proceeded to cross County Road 4 and struck the passenger side of a westbound car.

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Two Men Seriously Hurt in Early Morning Crash

An early morning crash sent two Sauk Rapids men to the hospital with serious injuries early this morning. Sauk Rapids Police and Fire were called to the 1300 block of 2nd Avenue South at about 2:20 a.m. for a one car crash. Police say the car left the road and struck a tree on the front passenger side of the vehicle.

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Woman Hurt, Ticketed After St. Cloud Crash

A St. Joseph woman was ticketed after police say she ran a red light and crashed with another vehicle this morning. St. Cloud Police were called to the intersection of 19th Avenue and 2nd Street North just after 9:30 a.m. Police say 30-year-old Jennifer Lieser was heading north on 10th Avenue when she went through a red light and was hit by a car making a left turn from 10th Avenue onto 2nd Street North.

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Trooper involved in 3-vehicle crash on I-94

Three vehicles -- including a State Patrol Squad car -- were involved in a crash on Interstate 94 on Saturday morning, shutting down the interstate for a while and sending three people to the hospital.

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