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Minor crash on Highway 29 near Alexandria leaves 2 injured

Two drivers suffered non-life-threatening injuries after a minor crash on Highway 29 south of Alexandria Wednesday afternoon.

Two drivers suffered non-life-threatening injuries after a minor crash on Highway 29 south of Alexandria Wednesday afternoon.

A Dodge Ram being driven by Gary Krukoski, 68, was heading south when it stopped in the lane to turn left onto Maple Lake Road SW. It was then rear-ended by a Buick Enclave driven by Sharon Walters, 81, according to the State Patrol.

Krukoski was taken to Alomere Health in Alexandria and Walters was taken to Glenwood Hospital, both with non-life-threatening injuries. Both drivers were wearing their seat belts.

Agencies responding to the accident were State Patrol, North Memorial Ambulance, the Forada Fire Department, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

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