Truckdriver Killed on Snow Covered Minnesota Highway
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McGrath, MN (KROC-AM News) - The State Patrol says slippery conditions were present when a truck driver was fatally injured in a crash this morning in east-central Minnesota.
The State Patrol's report on the crash indicates 58-year-old Edward Casterlow was driving a semi-truck north on Highway 65 in Aitkin County when it left the road and rolled into the ditch just before 9 AM. The tractor ended up coming to a rest on its passenger side.
Casterlow was transported to the hospital in Mora where he died from his injuries. A deadly crash occurred in the town of McGrath, which is located about 10 miles straight east of Mille Lacs Lake.
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