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Motorcycle, car crash sends Crosby man to hospital

Tyler Michael Siltman suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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GARRISON TWP — A 33-year-old Crosby man was injured in a car and motorcycle crash Sunday, July 17, in Garrison Township.

The Minnesota State Patrol reported Tyler Michael Siltman was northbound on his 2003 Yamaha YZFR1 on Highway 169 at 10:18 a.m. Sunday. Siltman was behind a 2016 Chevrolet Traverse, driven by 58-year-old James Joseph Bellefeuille of Bloomington, near Linden Street. Bellefeuille slowed down to make a turn, and Siltman’s Yamaha rear-ended the Chevrolet.

Siltman was wearing a helmet, according to the state patrol, and was transported to St. Cloud Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Bellefeuille was not injured, nor was his passenger, 66-year-old Jean Marie Bellefeuille, also of Bloomington. Both occupants of the Chevrolet were wearing seat belts.

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