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Abby Faulkner
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Two Men Rescued From Swollen Sauk River

Two Twin Cities men had to be rescued from the Sauk River in Spring Hill Township Friday evening. The Stearns County Sheriff's Department got a call from a man who said two men from their group capsized their canoe and were clinging to some branches.

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Traffic on Highway 15, backed up this afternoon while crews retrieved a sunken rescue boat. (Photo: Lynn Quale)
Traffic on Highway 15, backed up this afternoon while crews retrieved a sunken rescue boat. (Photo: Lynn Quale)
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Traffic Backs Up on Highway 15 As Fire Crews Recover Submerged Rescue Boat

The swollen Sauk River continues to cause headaches for area rescue crews. The St. Cloud Fire Department was called to the river today after two men freed-up a sunken rescue boat that eventually got stranded on a bridge abutment.

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Abby Faulkner
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Another Rescue On Sauk River

St. Cloud fire crews conducted another river rescue on the swollen Sauk River. A woman and her boyfriend were tubing near the VA Medical Center when she became tangled in some trees.

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Boat Capsizes On River, Teens Rescued

Three teenage boys were treated for hypothermia after their small boat capsized and sank on a western Minnesota river. Wilkin County sheriff's officials say the three friends, all 17, were on the Otter Tail River near Breckenridge Monday night when the trolling motor on their flat-bottom boat failed.

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