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No injuries in Highway 6 wreck

A Ford F-350 hauling a roll-off waste container northbound on County Road 6 was side-swiped Tuesday afternoon at CSAH 15. The collision turned the truck almost 180 degrees, causing the trailer to flip sideways in the ditch. No one was injured. (Photos by Mark Harmon/Enterprise)1 / 2
The 16-year-old driver of this Buick LeSabre and her 13-year-old passenger were uninjured when they collided with a pickup truck Tuesday at the intersection of County Roads 6 and 15.2 / 2

Two drivers and one passenger were involved in a traffic accident Tuesday in Park Rapids. There were no apparent injuries.

The accident occurred at approximately 4:29 p.m. at the corner of CSAH 15 (Crocus Hill Street) and County Road 6 (South Henrietta Avenue).

According to a crash report by the Park Rapids Police Department, an eastbound 2000 Buick LeSabre failed to yield the right-of-way at a stop sign and side-swiped a northbound 2003 Ford F-350 hauling a trailer with a loaded roll-off waste container.

The F-350 came to rest facing southwest in the northbound lane several yards north of the intersection, with the trailer lying on its side in the ditch.

The LeSabre came to rest facing northwest across the center line of Route 6, just north of the intersection. No airbags were deployed.

The LeSabre, owned by Nicole Guida of Park Rapids, was driven by Madeline Guida, 16, of Park Rapids and carried a passenger, Sophia Guida, 13. The LeSabre was towed due to disabling damage by Dick's Towing.

The F-350 owned by AAA Roll-Off Service, LLC of Sebeka was driven by Glen Christianson, 30, of Sebeka. It was towed due to disabling damage by Nick's Towing.

None of the occupants was injured. No distracted driving or drug or alcohol involvement was suspected. Neither vehicle was speeding. All occupants of both vehicles were wearing seat belts during the accident.

The Hubbard County Sheriff's Office assisted the city police during the crash investigation.