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Crash near Merrill hurts three peopleSubmitted: 06/03/2015
MERRILL - Three people went to the hospital after a crash near Merrill.

The call for help came in to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department at 7:00 Tuesday night.

The crash happened at the intersection of Highway 64 and Maple Road in the town of Pine River.

Investigation showed an 80-year-old Merrill man was making a left turn onto Maple Road.

He turned in front an oncoming car driven by a 66-year-old Deerbrook man.

Both drivers and a passenger were taken to the hospital.

Injuries were not believed to be life threatening.




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