Highway 210 crash injures Brainerd woman
All three individuals involved in the crash were wearing seat belts at the time.
A Brainerd woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a crash Saturday, June 26, in Oak Lawn Township.
According to a report compiled by the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2016 Chrysler Town & Country operated by Stephen Daniel Hadash, 79, of Brainerd was traveling west at 10:19 a.m., Saturday, on Highway 210, near Township Road 147, when it attempted to make a U-turn. In this maneuver, the Chrysler Town & Country collided with a 2021 Hyundai Kona operated by Erik Brett Kehl, 40, of Big Fork.
First responders transported the passenger in the Town & Country, Kathalyn Ann Hadash, 74, of Brainerd, for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries to Essentia Health-St. Joseph’s Medical Center. The drivers of the two vehicles were not injured in the incident and all three individuals were wearing seat belts at the time. Conditions are described as dry at the time of the incident.
Assisting the state patrol at the scene was the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office.