Two People Hurt In Sherburne County Crash
CLEAR LAKE - Foggy conditions are being blamed for a crash that hurt two people near Clear Lake. The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Highway 25 and Highway 10 in Clear Lake Township in Sherburne County.
A car driven by 75-year-old Daniel Schyma Coon Rapids was traveling south on Highway 25 and missed the stop sign at Highway 10 due to fog. The car crossed both westbound and eastbound lanes of Highway 10, missed the railroad crossing on County Road 52 and hit railroad tracks causing the vehicle to rollover.
Schyma and his passenger, 74-year-old old Doris Schyma of Coon Rapids, were both taken to St. Cloud Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.