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MN: Central Minn. rancher in fatal ATV accident identified

June 14, 2012

From Tribune News, West Central Tribune

The 66-year-old Leader, Minn., man who died Wednesday following an all-terrain vehicle crash in central Minnesota has been identified as Lowell Judd Hulett.
According to a news release from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, Hulett was found deceased due to an ATV crash at about 3 a.m. Wednesday.
A report was made in the early morning hours regarding the missing rancher, who had not returned from hunting nuisance beavers Tuesday night on his ranch. Deputies and volunteers began a search of the area and later found the victim early Wednesday at the ATV accident scene in Moose Lake Township, north of Leader.

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