GARRISON -- Two vehicles, in separate incidents, went through the ice on Mille Lacs Lake this past weekend, though no serious injuries were reported.
The first vehicle went through the ice on St. Albans Bay at about 5:37 p.m. Friday. Both occupants of the vehicle, Alan Wayman, 39, and Renee Ellerman, 18, escaped injury, the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department reported.
Both the Garrison Fire Department and Onamia Ambulance assisted at the scene.
In the second incident a vehicle driven by 35-year-old Daniel Lind went through the ice off of Pike's Point at about 7 p.m. Saturday. Lind escaped the vehicle but was stranded on the ice. He was rescued by the Mille Lacs County Sheriff's Office hovercraft.
Lind suffered mild hypothermia, and was treated by Crosby Ambulance and released.
One hurt in accident
One person was injured in a three-vehicle accident reported at 3:58 p.m. Friday on Northwest Fourth Street, at James Street in west Brainerd.
The Brainerd Police Department reported a passenger in one of the vehicles, Meghan Kavanaugh, 17, suffered minor injuries in the collision. Information on Kavanaugh's condition was unavailable.
The driver of that vehicle, Cary Erickson, 17, Pillager, was not injured.
The driver of the second vehicle, Donald Sirucek, 58, Staples, and his passenger, Denise Sirucek, 53, were not injured.
The driver of the third vehicle, Merrill Moline, 82, Nisswa, and his passenger, Rachel Moline, 84, were also uninjured.
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