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Driver injured in mishap near Climax, Minnesota

The incident occurred at the intersection of 340th Avenue Southwest and 390 Street Southwest.

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A man was injured in a one-vehicle crash Sunday in rural Polk County, Minnesota.

The incident occurred at the intersection of 340th Avenue Southwest and 390 Street Southwest. According to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Reed Myers Sr., 57, of Climax, was pinned under the vehicle. The driver was extricated, taken to the hospital in Crookston and later to a hospital in Fargo with non-life-threatening injuries. Myers was the only occupant in the vehicle.

Climax Fire and Rescue, Crookston Area Ambulance and the Minnesota State Patrol assisted on the scene.

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