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Buggy SUV Crash

A collision between a driver and an Amish buggy in southern Minnesota Monday killed two children and injured two other children, all of them siblings. The Fillmore County Sheriff's Office has issued an update to the tragic incident on County Road 1 at around 8:25 a.m. Monday morning, which saw a Toyota 4Runner SUV collided with the two-wheeled, horse-drawn buggy south of County Road 102. The buggy was carrying four children at the time, with 11-year-old Irma Miller and 7-year-old Wilma Miller suffering fatal injuries. Two other siblings, 9-year-old Alan Miller and 13-year-old Rose Miller were taken to St. Mary's Hospital. The extent of their injuries are not yet known. All four hail from rural Stewartville.The SUV was being driven by a 35-year-old woman from Spring Valley. At this time no arrests have been made, with the incident still under investigation.


Todd County Sheriff

During the week of September 10 through September 16, the Todd County Sheriff's Office responded to 159 calls for service. Included in those calls were 4 accidents, 10 animal complaints, 2alarm calls, 3 disturbance calls, 6 assist other agency calls, 10 suspicious activity calls, 4 traffic hazards, 17 public assists, and 2 burglary/theft complaints Todd County Dispatch received 106 911 calls during the week.




Woman Dies In Crow Wing County Jail

An investigation is underway after a woman died while being held in Crow Wing County Jail in Brainerd at the weekend. The 54-year-old inmate was found unresponsive in her bunk at 8:49 a.m. Saturday, the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office said. Lifesaving efforts were undertaken by jail staff and paramedics, but she was pronounced dead at 9:19 a.m. She has been identified as Shannon Lee Cook. Authorities say the woman was a "boarder" from Beltrami County, and was being held temporarily in Crow Wing County Jail. The investigation is being carried out by a separate authority – the Morrison County Sheriff's Office – which Crow Wing County says is "routine protocol in all in-custody deaths." Police say no foul play is suspected at this time. Her cause of death will be determined from an autopsy by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner.

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