Crash at Highway 10 intersection in Royalton sends driver/passenger to hospital

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ROYALTON -- Two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash at 1:57 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, at the intersection of Highway 10 and South Third Street in Royalton.

The Minnesota State Patrol reported Matthew J. Hagen, 31, Nevis, was driving a Mercury Sable west on South Third Street and Robin M. Barber-Mikiska, 59, of Menahga was driving a Chevy Impala west on Highway 10. The state patrol reported the Sable failed to yield and the vehicles collided at the intersection.

Barber-Mikiska and her passenger, Aaron J. Mikiska, 69, Menahga, were transported to St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls for non-life-threatening injuries. Hagen was not injured

The Mayo Ambulance, Royalton Police Department, Royalton First Responders and the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office assisted the state patrol at the scene.

***UPDATE: This crash was updated due to incorrect information supplied to the Dispatch.

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