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Mantorville, MN (KROC-AM News) - Two people were transported by ambulance to St. Marys Hospital following a traffic crash Saturday afternoon in Dodge County.

The State Patrol says a pickup and a car collided at the junction of Highway 57 and Dodge County Road 22 about 4 miles north of Mantorville shortly after 2:30 PM. Both drivers were injured, while a passenger in the pickup was not hurt.

The crash report says the driver of the car, 18-year-old Joseph Corley of West Concord, was driving east on the county road while the pickup was traveling north of Highway 57. It was being driven by 49-year-old Kirsten Mccaleb of Mantorville. The State Patrol described the injuries suffered by both drivers as non-life-threatening.

The State Patrol says everyone involved in the crash was seatbelted.

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