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Baxter woman injured in Round Lake boating incident

Cynthia Parduhn went to the hospital for a deep cut on her leg.

Morrison County sheriff's squad car
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CUSHING TOWNSHIP — A Baxter woman was injured in a boating incident Wednesday, Aug. 31, on Round Lake northeast of Randall.

The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office reported a report just before 7 p.m. Wednesday of a boating accident.

According to the sheriff’s office, 56-year-old Harold Parduhn of Baxter was driving a boat on the lake when the tiller handle broke, causing the boat to make a sudden sharp turn. His passenger, 54-year-old Cynthia Parduhn, fell overboard and cut her leg on the edge of the boat. She was transported to CHI St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls by Mayo Clinic Ambulance to be treated for a deep cut on her leg.

Randall Fire and Rescue assisted at the scene.

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