Crash Friday sends vehicle into Waterville home

By: 
Jay Schneider, LRlife@frontiernet.net

An accident late Friday night, June 10 damaged the home of Curt and Misty Kendall when a truck drove over two retaining walls and directly into their home. Fire Chief Chris Meskan checking out the damaged vehicle. (Misty Kendall photo)

A crash Friday, June 10 at approximately 11:10 p.m. caused significant damage to a pick-up truck and the home of Curt and Misty Kendall of Waterville.

According to Waterville Chief of Police John Manning, the Waterville Police Department, Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Department, Waterville Fire and Rescue, and North Memorial Ambulance responded to the accident on the 500 block of 2nd Street South for a motor vehicle accident.

Upon arriving at the scene, it was discovered that a pickup truck had left the roadway, jumped a block retaining wall, and crashed into the corner of a house causing severe damage to the house and the truck.

“I was in my bedroom with my granddaughter and Curt was in the living room when we heard the loudest noise we have ever heard and felt our house shake,” Misty Kendall said. “We ran to the window to find a...

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