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1 killed, another injured in Pope County crash

The crash took place Sunday afternoon on Highway 29.

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GLENWOOD, Minn. — A 93-year-old man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Sunday, Sept. 26.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Leslie Cin, 93, from Donnelly, Minnesota, was driving a 2011 Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycle northbound on Highway 29 near 17th Avenue NW in Glenwood, Minnesota. He was wearing a helmet.

A Ford Escape, driven by Cynthia Anacker, 62, of Glenwood, was southbound on Highway 29 when the vehicle collided with the motorcycle, according to the State Patrol.

The crash was reported shortly before 1:30 p.m.

Anacker, who was wearing her seat belt, was transported by a private party with what was believed to be non-life-threatening injuries, according to the State Patrol.

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Also responding to the scene were the Glenwood Police Department, Glenwood Fire Department, Pope County Sheriff's Office and Glacial Ridge Ambulance.

Celeste Edenloff is the special projects lead and a reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press. She has lived in the Alexandria Lakes Area since 1997. She first worked for the Echo Press as a reporter from 1999 to 2011, and returned in 2016 to once again report on the community she calls home.
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