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Teen killed, 7 others injured in Nobles County crash

First responders assisted with six adult victims and two juvenile victims from the crash.

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WORTHINGTON — A 19-year-old man sustained critical injuries that resulted in his death in a crash at 8:10 a.m. today at the intersection of Nobles County 15 and Nobles County 18.

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According to a release from Nobles County Sheriff Ryan Kruger, responding Nobles County Sheriff's Office deputies encountered a 2005 Chevrolet work truck and a 1995 Chevrolet pickup involved in the crash.

First responders assisted with six adult victims and two juvenile victims from the crash.

Six people were transported from the scene to Sanford Worthington Medical Center, one person was transported to Sanford Community Hospital-Luverne, and one male passenger, age 19, sustained critical injuries from the crash which resulted in his death.

The incident is still under investigation and family notifications are pending.

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The Nobles County Sheriff Office was assisted at the scene by the Minnesota State Patrol, Lismore Rescue, Wilmont Rescue, Adrian Ambulance, Fulda Ambulance and Sanford Ambulance.

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