Driver transported with minor injuries after traffic mishap in Polk County

Incident occurred Friday afternoon, Oct. 29.

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Polk County Sheriff's Office.

A mishap at a rural intersection in Polk County, Minnesota, led to one driver suffering minor injuries.

It occurred shortly after 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, at the corner of Polk County Road 10 and Polk County Road 41 in Garden Township, south of Mentor.

According to a release from the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Grant Cassavant, 38, was driving a Toyota Tacoma and Jacque Flynn, 39, was driving a Buick Enclave. The release says it appears the Toyota was northbound on County 10, stopped for a stop sign and then proceeded into the intersection. It collided with the westbound Buick.

Both vehicles were heavily damaged and Flynn and a young passenger were transported to the hospital in Crookston.

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