Minnesota truck operator injured in road accident
A semitrailer truck operator from Isanti, Minnesota became injured when the vehicle he was driving got involved in an accident in the eastern portion of Preston, the Post Bulletin reported on June 30.
Information coming from the Minnesota State Patrol revealed that 28-year-old Peter Burhite was brought to Mayo Clinic Hospital-Saint Mary’s Campus due to non-life threatening injuries he sustained. Sheriff Tom Kaase of Fillmore County said the semitrailer was on the southbound portion of U.S. Highway 52 when it lost control and struck a cemented culvert. The state Department of Transportation reportedly assisted responding authorities in the crash scene.
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