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Three Hurt in Stearns County Crash

ST. MARTIN — High winds and poor road conditions are considered factors in a Stearns County crash that sent three people to the hospital Wednesday.

Sheriff’s deputies were called to County Road 32 southwest of St. Martin for a two vehicle crash at about 12:40 p.m.

Sheriff’s officials say 19-year-old Rebecca Gray of St. Martin lost control of her car on hard packed snow and ice and struck an oncoming car. The driver of that car, 57-year-old Janet Klein of Paynesville, Gray and Gray’s 2-year-old son were taken to Paynesville Hospital for treatment of their injuries.

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