Car Crashes Through Frazee Home Monday Night, Driver Injured
Carol McCarthy | Apr 9, 2019 AT 11:26 am
FRAZEE, MN--A car ended up through the wall of an occupied trailer house in Frazee Monday evening miraculously missing the home's occupants leaving the driver of the car with minor injuries. According to Frazee Police Chief Tyler Trieglaff the incident began when an adult son left home in a vehicle after an argument with his parents and lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a trailer house just before 7:00 pm on 2nd Street S.E. in Frazee. Chief Trieglaff says the car traveled about three or four feet into the living room of the trailer house where people were sitting at the time. The car missed the occupants by several feet. The police chief says no occupants were injured but the male driver was transported to the hospital in Detroit Lakes with minor injuries. Chief Trieglaff says possible charges of careless driving and reckless endangerment are pending against the driver. Assisting the Frazee Police Department at the scene were Frazee Fire Department, Frazee Rescue, Becker County Sheriff's Department and St. Mary's EMS.