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2023 Lester Prairie Graduation Gallery

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Lester Prairie School Bulletin, Sept. 11

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Lester Prairie School Bulletin Sept. 8

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Lester Prairie School Bulletin Sept. 7

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Lester Prairie School Bulletin Sept. 6

Parent Daily Bulletin 3

Four-vehicle collision on US Hwy. 12 results in Injuries

COKATO TWP, Wright County – In an incident Sept. 5, at 11:04 AM, a multi-vehicle collision occurred on US Hwy 12 at Quimby Ave, leaving several individuals injured. The mishap involved four vehicles and prompted a response from local authorities and emergency services.

The incident unfolded on a clear and dry day when all vehicles were traveling westbound on US Hwy 12 near Quimby Ave. The sequence of events began when a Volkswagen Jetta, driven by a 17-year-old male, collided with a Ford 500, initiating a chain reaction involving two more vehicles, a Chevy Cruze, and a Mazda CX-5.

The driver of the 2003 Volkswagen Jetta escaped without any serious injuries and was not transportation to a healthcare facility.

The 2005 Ford 500, was driven by Trinitee Marie Miller, a 16-year-old female from Cokato. Her injuries were deemed non-life threatening, and she was not transported to a healthcare facility.

The 2022 Mazda CX-5 was driven by 23-year-old female driver, Olivia Therese Hjelmeland from Maple Lake. She escaped the incident with non-life-threatening injuries and was not transported to a hospital.

The final vehicle in the collision, a 2011 Chevrolet Cruze, was driven by 81-year-old male Clifford Elmer Nicholson of Dassel. Nicholson sustained non-life-threatening injuries, necessitating transport to Hutchinson Hospital for medical attention. The passenger of the Cruze, Edward Allan Nicholson, aged 50 and also from Dassel, did not need to be transported to a hospital.

The responding agencies included the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, the Cokato Fire Department, and the Cokato Ambulance service, all working diligently to provide assistance during this unexpected event.