51-Year-Old Woman Hospitalized After Two-Car Crash On Highway 14

A 51-year-old woman was hospitalized after a two-car crash on Highway 14 just west of Courtland Wednesday afternoon.

The State Patrol says Debora Lynn Sanford of Courtland was westbound when her car was hit head-on by an eastbound pickup that had swerved into the wrong lane of traffic.

Sanford was taken to the New Ulm Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

The pickup driver, 19-year-old Jordan Daniel Schultz of New Ulm, was not hurt.

Assisting the State Patrol on scene were the Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office, Courtland Fire and Rescue, and Allina Ambulance.



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