Teenager Injured in Crash After Fleeing Police in Kenyon
Kenyon, MN (KROC-AM News) - A teenager was injured in a crash after he fled from an attempted traffic stop late Friday night in Kenyon.
Get our free mobile app
The Minnesota State Patrol reports that a 16-year-old boy was driving a vehicle that fled from an attempted traffic stop traveling southbound Highway 56 around 11:30 p.m. After police ended the pursuit, the vehicle struck an unoccupied squad car that was parked on the shoulder of Trondheim Road.
The teenager was transported to the hospital in Cannon Falls. The State Patrol report said that he was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the incident.
Oronoco Man Admits To Misdemeanor For Fatal Bike-Truck Crash
Minnesota’s Breathtaking Frozen Attraction Is 1 of Only 6 In All of North America
It started as a backyard project by a cool dad and has grown to be one of the most amazing winter attractions. Your family will love exploring The Ice Castles in Minnesota. Below you'll see some incredible images captured onsite, find directions, and ticket info.