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Onamia man dies in crash

Daniel Wayne Campbell was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.

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ONAMIA — A 64-year-old Onamia man died in a two-vehicle crash Thursday, Nov. 3, in Onamia Township.The Minnesota State Patrol reported Daniel Wayne Campbell was driving a 1998 Chevrolet S-10 pickup north on Highway 169 at 3:43 p.m. Thursday. At the same time, 74-year-old Onamia man John Gerald Strecker was driving a 2013 Chevrolet Silverado pickup east on Quail Road. The two vehicles collided in the intersection. Strecker was treated for non-life-threatening injuries at Mille Lacs Health System-Onamia Clinic.

Campbell was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a seat belt, according to the state patrol, and roads were wet at the time of the crash.

The Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office assisted at the scene.

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