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Wadena pedestrian hurt after being hit by truck

WADENA, Minn. - A Wadena pedestrian was hurt after being hit by a pickup truck here Monday night, highway patrol officials said. Minnesota Highway Patrol officials said the pickup driver, Jeff C. Harrison, was trying to make a right turn in his F...

WADENA, Minn. – A Wadena pedestrian was hurt after being hit by a pickup truck here Monday night, State Patrol officials said.
The pickup driver, Jeff C. Harrison, was trying to make a right turn in his Ford pickup from First Street Northeast onto Highway 10 sometime before 8:49 p.m. Monday when he hit the pedestrian, Richard O. Brander, who was in the traffic lane, the State Patrol said in a release.
Brander, 67, suffered injuries that were not life-threatening, officials said, and injuries to Harrison, 56, weren’t documented. Both men are from Wadena.

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