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Tow truck struck in Waseca County (MN)


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No one was hurt when a tow truck was struck in Waseca County earlier this week.

According to the Waseca County Sheriff's Office, a Bock's Service truck was on the side of the road assisting a driver when it was struck.

The sheriff's office is asking drivers to "please slow down, especially when you see emergency responders and road crews."

 

Waseca County Sheriff's Office

This is what we are talking about folks! Please slow down, especially when you see emergency responders and road crews. Bock's Service is a key partner to law enforcement. This post of their tow truck being struck brings things much closer to home for many. Fortunately, no one was hurt or killed here, but we REALLY need people to pay attention so everyone can get to their destinations safely.

 

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Bruce Bock is a Tow411/TowForce supporting member. Glad to hear no one was injured, as much as we hate the damage. Equipment can be put back together, lives of those involved are much more difficult.

 

Company Facebook Page had this posted:

We can’t stress enough how important it is to remember to SLOW DOWN and move over for ANY and ALL emergency vehicles!!! The importance of that hit close to home last night when one of our trucks was rear ended while assisting a customer on the side of the highway. Thankfully, no one was injured. Use extreme caution when traveling in poor road conditions. Please help keep us safe while we keep you safe!

 

@Bruce Bock

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