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Portion of Highway 210 closed Jan. 27

Tow trucks and emergency vehicles responded to the scene. Vehicles were stopped in traffic.

Emergency vehicles are along a curve in the highway with headlights from stopped traffic visible in the distance.
Lights of stopped traffic and from flashing lights on emergency response vehicles up the night Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022, at the intersection of Highway 210 and County Highway 59, which leads to Riverton.
Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch
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RIVERTON — Highway 210 and County Highway 59 near Riverton was shut down Thursday evening, Jan. 27, for at least an hour while traffic was rerouted.

Emergency responders, local law enforcement and tow trucks are on the scene.

No other information is available at this time. Look for updates at www.brainerddispatch.com for this developing story.

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