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Recent Property Damage Accidents in Golden Valley

The most recent Golden Valley Police blotter show a few different accidents, including one with a juvenile involved.

The Golden Valley Police Department reports the following accidents from Sept. 9-15:

Seven property damages
• One reported Sept. 9 involved a Wayzata woman and a juvenile at the intersection of 394 and General Mills Blvd.
• Another reported Sept. 9 involved a St. Louis Park man and a Crystal woman at the intersection of Highway 100 and Duluth Street.
• One reported Sept. 10 involved a Plymouth man and a Minneapolis man at the intersection of Golden Valley Road and Winnetka Avenue.
• One reported Sept. 11 involved a Crystal woman, Minneapolis man and a Rice, Minn. woman at the intersection of Meadow Avenue and Olson Memorial Highway.
• One reported Sept. 12 involved an Edina man and a Minneapolis man at the intersection of Hwy 100 and County Road 66.
• One reported Sept. 13 involved a Shakopee woman and a Plymouth woman at the intersection of Olson Memorial Highway and Winnetka Avenue.
• Another reported Sept. 13 involved a Shoreview man and a Oak Creek, Wis. woman at the intersection of Douglas Drive North and Duluth Street.

There were no personal injury accidents reported during this time period. 

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patch September 19, 2013 at 11:48 AM
Did you forget this FATAL accident? http://goldenvalley.patch.com/groups/police-and-fire/p/deadly-explosive-car-crash-in-golden-valley
Stefanie Briggs September 19, 2013 at 09:10 PM
I did not forget it. I include what's on the police blotter. That was a "special incident" so it was not in the regular blotter/report for the week. Anything like that would be a separate story.

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