Freezing rain led to NYM accident

Published 1:32pm Thursday, December 6, 2012

No injuries were reported after freezing rain led to a rollover accident near New York Mills this morning.
Fernando Valenzuela, 29, of Perham was driving his Isuzu, Rodeo east on County Highway 8 north of New York Mills when he lost control of the vehicle on a curve.
The vehicle went into the north ditch, rolled and came to rest in front of a residence.
The roadway was covered with ice at the time of the incident due to light freezing rain.
The vehicle had to be towed, but Valenzuela was wearing a seatbelt and did not report any injuries.

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