August 18, 2017 06:39 AM
(ABC 6 News) -- According to the Department of Transportation, there was a crash on Highway 52 South early Friday morning. It happened between County Road 7 and Sherwood Trail near Zumbrota.
August 15, 2017 10:31 AM
(ABC 6 News) -- We now know how a chase, which resulted with a crash in Ashland Township, first started. According to Rochester Police Captain John Sherwin, an officer responded to a report of an assault at group home on the 5400 block of Highway 63 South on Monday, August 14. A resident of the home allegedly assaulted another resident and an employee. That resident, Scott Skjeveland, then stole a state group home Chevy Impala, said Captain Sherwin.
According to Captain Scott Behrns, a white Pontiac driven by 63-year-old Rita Eidem of Rochester was traveling north on Marion Road. Eidem told deputies she was slowing down to make a left turn onto Walnut Street and noticed the driver of the dump truck behind her was not slowing down. The dump truck, driven by 55-year-old Michael Schimek of Byron, hit the Pontiac, sending it into the ditch, said Captain Behrns.
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