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Crosslake City Council member, husband injured in crash

Marcia Seibert-Volz and Jerome Volz were both transported to the hospital

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Crosslake council member Marcia Seibert-Volz.
Crosslake council member Marcia Seibert-Volz
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MERRIFIELD — A Crosslake City Council member and her husband were injured Monday, Oct. 10, after their truck hit a driveway approach on County Highway 3 in Crow Wing County.

Council member Marcia Seibert-Volz, 69, and her husband, Jerome Volz, 67, were both transported to the hospital.

The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash, reported at 11:49 a.m. near Merrifield. According to the report, a GMC truck was southbound on the highway when it crossed into the northbound lane, hit a driveway approach near the intersection with Bonnie Road and went airborne, landing in trees.

The driver, Jerome Volz, was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Seibert-Volz was transported to the hospital via helicopter.

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The sheriff’s office reported the driver may have suffered a medical emergency, but the crash remains under investigation.

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Assisting at the scene were Zone 2 First Responders, Brainerd Fire Department, North Memorial Health Ambulance and North Memorial Health Air Care.

Related Topics: CROSSLAKE CITY COUNCILCROSSLAKEACCIDENTSCROW WING COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
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