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Pelican Rapids man arrested for DUI in injury crash, patrol says

PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. - One Pelican Rapids resident was arrested on suspicion of DUI and another hospitalized following a two-car crash here Tuesday, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

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PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. – One Pelican Rapids resident was arrested on suspicion of DUI and another hospitalized following a two-car crash here Tuesday, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

William Hamberg, 36, was arrested and may face a charge of driving drunk after the crash at the intersection of Highway 59 and Appaloosa Road.

Hamberg, driving a Chevrolet Blazer southbound on the highway, crashed into a northbound Toyota Camry at about 3:20 p.m. as he attempted a left turn onto Appaloosa, the state patrol said.

Stacie Abarca, 31, the driver of the Toyota, was taken to the hospital, the state patrol said. Her condition was non-life-threatening.

Her passengers, Adrianna Abarca, 8, and infant Adeline Abarca, did not appear to be injured, the state patrol said.

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