Another accident?

Eastbound traffic into Northfield is being re-routed north just west of St. Olaf right now…

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  1. John S. Thomas said:

    From the Northfield News:

    Fatal accident closes Hwy. 19
    Jaci Smith
    Updated: Wednesday, April 30, 2008 4:51 pm

    The State Patrol is not releasing any details on the accident at this time. Reporters from the Northfield News are on their way to the scene.

    Eastbound travelers on Hwy. 19 can expect to be diverted to Eaves Avenue into Northfield. Westbound traffic is being detoured onto Rice County 59, then to the junction of Hwy. 19 and I-35.

    The road is expected to be closed for the next 1-2 hours.

    April 30, 2008
  2. Residents of Millstream Commons learned Thursday morning that the person killed in the Highway 19 accident Wednesday was Glenn Nelson, a resident here. He and his wife Elaine celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary not long ago.

    Northfield News update has information on the other driver, who was critically injured:

    May 1, 2008

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