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Two injured in Nevis crash

Brodey Welter, 18, of Champlin was cited for failure to yield.

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A two-vehicle crash was reported at 1:09 p.m. Monday, July 25 at the intersection of State Hwy. 34 and County 82 in Nevis.

According to a press release from the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, deputies’ investigation showed that Brodey Welter, 18, of Champlin was traveling west on County 82 in a 2022 BMW when he stopped at the stop sign on Hwy. 34. Welter then pulled out into the path of a 2021 Nissan driven by Parker Shearer, 27, of Duluth, the release states. The Nissan collided with the BMW, causing extensive damage to both vehicles.

Shearer was transported by North Memorial Ambulance to CHI St. Joseph’s Health in Park Rapids and was treated for facial injuries. A passenger in the Nissan, 29-year-old Lydia Shinkle of Duluth, was also transported to CHI St. Joseph’s Health and treated for injuries sustained in the crash.

Welter was cited for failure to yield, the release states. Investigation continues.

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