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WOMAN IN HOSPITAL AFTER BEING HIT BY SNOWPLOW
A woman is recovering in the hospital after being hit by a snowplow at Hector International Airport this morning.
WDAY News was the only news team there just after 3 a.m. as police and first responders were on scene. Officers say the driver of the couldn't see the woman and accidentally backed up into her. The woman was taken to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries and is expected to be okay. Fargo Police want to remind people to use caution when walking around snowplows because drivers can't always see everything around them. Nor charges have been filed.
CHARGES EXPECTED TODAY IN CASE OF BODIES FOUND NEAR BEMIDJI
Charges are expected today as the Beltrami County Prosecutor will take over the case of two sets of remains that were found near Bemidji, Minnesota.
While working two missing persons cases police uncovered the remains at this home off Highway 89 last Tuesday. Police haven't released the names of the individuals whose remains were found. It has been confirmed one of them was from Duluth, MN and the other from Minneapolis, MN. WDAY has learned through court records that the home where the human remains were found has been linked to drug activity in the past. Police believe they were in the Bemidji area for a "money transfer." Now one person has been arrested in the case on an unrelated charge. WDAY News has been investigating a possible suspect. When we asked the sheriff to confirm if that person lived at the home where the investigation is taking place he replied "I cannot provide that information at this time hopefully you will see the nexus when the investigation is complete. "
SQUIRT HOCKEY PLAYER EXPECTED TO BE OKAY
An update this morning to a scary situation at a youth hockey practice last night.
WDAY News has learned that the squirt hockey player is going to be okay and is recovering in the hospital. Last night, we told you how a player between the ages of 9 and 11 suffered a cut to his neck. It happened at Southwest Arena. When paramedics got there the child was alert and conscious. Parents say it was a scary situation that was only made worse when a false rumor spread on social media. People were saying a child was "bleeding out" at the rink. A lot of parents rushed to the rink not knowing if their kids were okay. Coaches and nurses helped the child until an ambulance arrived.